Thanks for the info Chris, it works!

How do I pass arguments to the script? I'm assuming
it'd just be:

test.php arg1 arg2

The stuff I've read says $argc should be the count of
the # of arguments, and $argv should be an array
holding them...but when I do a simple:
print "# of Arguments: $argc\n";
It prints nothing, not even 0

--- Chris Hewitt <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >
> >
> >On Wed, 25 Sep 2002, Daren Cotter wrote:
> >
> >>
> >>My problem, is that I absolutely NEED to run a PHP
> >>script using crontab. The script needs to send
> >>numerous queries to a database every hour. Is
> there
> >>any way I can accomplish this, directly or
> indirectly?
> >>
> Are you sure its not already there? Commonly in
> /usr/bin. Try a "which 
> php" and see if it finds anything?
> Chris

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