That did the trick.  Thank you SO MUCH.


At 03:48 AM 7/29/2002 -0500, Richard Lynch wrote:
> >hmmmm.  Ok.  Can somebody explain this one?  Why won't it work correctly?
> >
> >for($m=1;$m<=5;$m++){
> > $div_idd[$m]=${'row->sub' . $m . 'd'};
> >}
> >
> >Can it not be done with a 3 parter?  The columns in the table that $row
> >gets, are sub1d, sub2d, sub3d, sub4d and sub5d.  Or is it the "->" that is
> >messing it up?  I have tried escaping them "row\-\>sub", but that didn't 
> work.
> >What would I search for on the PHP site or where are directions located
> >that tells me how to use this type of putting a variable together.  It
> >makes it hard to search for it if I don't know what it is called.
>You want to search for "variable variables"
>At a guess, you need:
>$div_idd[$m] = $row->{'sub' . $m . 'd'};
>For sure, you need to get the subXd part together before you get the -> or
>the $row involved.
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