Nope. Use this statement: $result = mysql_query($query2); The mysql_query() function actually performs the query to the db for you and returns a resource with your result set contained within. The mysql_result() function extracts the contents of a given cell from your result set; it does not
Rich thanx for answering I did what you said yesterday before using mysql_resut it returns resource id#3 didn't know what is it and how can i transform it it the data inside the cell i corrected the situation and i waited to give me res.id#3 but it doesn't write anythingany suggestions ?
In a message dated 12/27/02 8:26:10 AM Pacific Standard Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I am trying to retrieve a password and print it using a query which is written as followos $query2 = select passwd from user where username = '$username'; $result = mysql_result($query2); echo
Yes, first you use: $result = mysql_result($query2); That will return something like resourceID #3. That's right. What you need to do now is to use a function to access the resource. For example, if you have a table named User with the following columns: ID username passwd and you want to
man i have tried everything the sentece is always printed without the variable don't know what is happening -- PHP Database Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php
On Fri, 2002-12-27 at 04:19, Ehab El Maraghy wrote: Hi everybody I have installed php4 and mysql on IIs winxp I am trying to retrieve a password and print it using a query which is written as followos $query2 = select passwd from user where username = '$username'; $result =
Aha! John, you're right. I remember stumbling over this the first time I used it. Sorry for any confusion, Ehab. More info here: http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.mysql-result.php -Original Message- From: John Coder [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Friday, December 27, 2002 2:09 PM