To let everyone know, I did apologize to Mr. Wong. I misunderstood what he
was trying to ask me. I took it as he was saying "It's easy, what is "your"
problem" rather than "What "is" your problem" .

> From: Chris Shiflett <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Date: Sat, 29 Jun 2002 13:50:14 -0500
> To: Mike Tuller <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Cc: php mailing list <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, Jason Wong
> Subject: Re: [PHP] Populate Popup Menu from Database
> Mike Tuller wrote:
>> I only ask questions if I have tried to do something myself already. I am
>> not looking for someone to do something for me. When I do ask a question
>> though, I feel I deserve at least a little respect. If you want to be an
>> ass, do it somewhere else.
> It seems *you* are the one being an ass and needing to "do it somewhere
> else."
> If you can't have enough respect for people trying to help you by
> answering the simplest of questions (that should have been given in your
> original question anyway), you don't deserve an answer.
> Here are Mr. Wong's questions again (very appropriate questions at
> that). Perhaps if you offer him a sincere apology, thank him for his
> time, and *answer* *his* *questions*, he might be willing to forgive
> your poor attitude and offer you some help.
>>> There are two things you need to know:
>>> 1) How to construct a select list in HTML
>>> 2) How to retrieve the info from the db
>>> What are you having problems with?
> If you don't know a damn thing, that's fine. An appropriate answer would
> be, "I neither know how to construct a select list in HTML nor how to
> retrieve information from a database."
> Chris

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