> When I issue this command to remove any commas at end of string:
 >     $query = rtrim($query, ",");
 > PHP give me an error saying "Wrong parameter count for 
 > rtrim()". How can
 > this be? The online manual shows rtrim can accept two 
 > parameters. Shouldn't
 > this work? I have PHP 4.0.6 installed on the server.

>From what I can see, the second parameter (that you are trying to use)
wasn't introduced until v4.1.0 - that is, you can't use it with your
version of php.

You may find that if you can't upgrade your php you'll need to do
something with substr() and str_pos().

CYA, Dave

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