On Wednesday 06 November 2002 21:46, Steve Jackson wrote:
> It doesn't contain a single result. It returns 16 order numbers (which
> is correct - 8 should be in the table emails with no checked and
> therefore the query has worked and pulled out 8 from the orders table
> also). What I want the function to do is say OK where the orderid's
> match pull out all the address details for each orderid and display what
> I want displayed accordingly. At the moment I get this array returned by
> using print_r($row).
> Array (  => 100040 [orderid] => 100040 ) Array (  => 100041
> [orderid] => 100041 ) Array (  => 100043 [orderid] => 100043 ) Array
> (  => 100044 [orderid] => 100044 ) Array (  => 100046 [orderid] =>
> 100046 ) Array (  => 100050 [orderid] => 100050 ) Array (  =>
> 100051 [orderid] => 100051 ) Array (  => 100052 [orderid] => 100052 )
> Where do I go from here?
Well, like I said in my previous post if you remove the line:
$orderid = $row;
then your second query *should* work.
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