On Sunday 17 November 2002 18:31, Ray Healy \(Data Net Services\) wrote:

> The startdate and endate columns are "date" format - have any ideas what i
> can do

..."This seems to work BUT if the date in the database is a single number i.e. 
0 to 9 it cannot dispaly it and also if the startdate or endate is a 10, 20 
or 30 it also thinks that it is a 1, 2or 3"...

I'm not sure what you mean by "if the date in the database is a single 
number". DATE columns in MySQL are in this format 'YYYY-MM-DD', so where is 
the single digit coming from? Anyway could you show a few sample entries from 
your table?

Jason Wong -> Gremlins Associates -> www.gremlins.biz
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