I know I'm trying to re-invent the wheel, but it is because I don't know how
they do it.  I set up a script to pull a ruleset from mysql and then loop
through each row in the set.  I then check each row as it loops until I get
to the row number I want and start echoing rows.  I create the row numbers
by a $m=0; outside the loop; $m++; inside the loop.  Then I stop echoing
rows when it reaches 50 iterations.  The total iterations achieved is passed
on to the next script that does the same thing but starting where the total
left off.  This causes a lot of overhead as all of the resultset are pulled
for each script.  Does anyone have a magic bullet for this?  This
functionality is what I take search engines to be demonstrating.  If anyone
can help, I could wipe the sweat of my processors brow!  (and mine for that

Larry S. Brown
Dimension Networks, Inc.
(727) 723-8388

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