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    when i am using mysql_fetch arrow function on the result of mysql_query function it is giving warning as

    Warning: 0 is not a MySQL result index in

    why i am getting this error. i just want to display the records i get from the query.
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    You forgot the mysql_quiver() function, and did you get the mysql_bow()???

    sorry, couldn't help myself.

    A 0 result index means that mysql returned an error.. meaning there was something wrong with your query. ALWAYS use

    print mysql_error();

    after a query. If no error, nothing happens, but if there is, it will tell you what mysql is complaining about so you can figure out what you did wrong in your query.

    HTH
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    [QUOTE]Originally posted by rod k:
    [B]You forgot the mysql_quiver() function, and did you get the mysql_bow()???

    sorry, couldn't help myself.

    i am new user of php but i could not get any details about mysql_quiver() function and also about mysql_bow.

    kindly help
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    There are no functions such as 'mysql_quiver()' or 'mysql_bow()' or 'mysql_fetch_arrow()'.

    But there is a function 'mysql_fetch_row()' which works because I always use this function.



    [This message has been edited by dazzeler (edited April 27, 2000).]

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