>But if system() thinks it is a success because the command executed, even
>though MySQL returns an internal error on the command line, why is'nt the
>last line of the MySQL error message stored in the variable as the system()
>manual suggests it should be when system() thinks it is a success?

*MAYBE* system() only "catches" stdout, and not stderr...

Though I doubt it.

Is there a blank line at the end of the MySQL error output when you do it
wrong in the shell?

Use the exec() I just posted and get *ALL* your output, *AND* the actual OS
error (or 0) code returned.

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