[thelist] array of results in PHP

Andrew Maynes andrew at humanbehaviour.co.uk
Mon Feb 24 11:06:00 CST 2003

Hi Kae

I having been reading up mysql_fetch_array and it appears I need to change my
existing code to something like this:

while ( $myrow = mysql_fetch_array($result) )

printf("<table border=0 cellspacing=0 cellpadding=0><tr><td><p>Author :
<tr><td><p>Message : %s</p></td></tr>
<tr><td><p>Date : %s</p></td></tr></table><br><hr><br>", $myrow["name"],
$myrow["message"], $myrow["time"]);


Am I right?  Is this why the query isn't working do you think?

Apologises for the emails x many your help is very much appreciated :)

>-----Original Message-----
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>Subject: Re: [thelist] array of results in PHP
>Erik Mattheis wrote:
>> So, I'm wondering if this can easily be done in PHP:
>> $all_results = mysql_[somefunction]($my_query);
>> $all_results[1]['person_id'] = person_id in the first row
>> $all_results[2]['name'] = name in the second row
>> etc.
>as far as I know, there isn't a function for that. Here's some code that
>should do it.
>$q=mysql_query('select person_id,name from theTable');
>$all_results[0]['person_id'] will be the person_id in the first row
>(indices start with 0, not 1)
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