> On Thursday 21 November 2002 03:53, Mr. BuNgL3 wrote:
> > Hi...
> > I'm with a little sintax problem...
> > The question is that i have two search fields (titulotxt and cdstxt) and
> > want to create an mysql condition... i trying:
> > $sql1=($titulotxt) ? "titulo like '%".$titulotxt."%'":"";
> > $sql2=($cdstxt) ? "cds like '$cdstxt'":"";
> > $sql="SELECT * FROM divx WHERE" .$sql1 " && " .$sql2 " ORDER BY
> > but he's giving me a sintax error on the 3 line... Can anyone
> > teach me how i must do to validate the mysql condition and make it work?
> $sql="SELECT * FROM divx WHERE" .$sql1. " && " .$sql2. " ORDER BY
and add a space after the WHERE.
Also consider the positioning of the single quotes (') and double-quotes (")
in the $sql1 assignment statement - they must be nested.
Finally, consider echoing sql1, $sql2, and $sql to be able to see with your
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