> > This is done by assigning values to the array while specifying the
> > in brackets. You can also omit the key, add an empty pair of
> > ("") to the variable-name in that case.
> > $arr[key] = value;
> > $arr = value;
> > // key is either string or nonnegative integer
> > // value can be anything
> You really don't have to create $i, it will be created *on the fly*,
> works for me.
Yes you are correct, sorry that is a hold over from my c++ days. Its
just a habit. I figured out my problem, I didn't have my variables
"nick & comment" capitalized like they are in the database.
Thanks for your help,
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