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#1 corillo181

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Posted 20 May 2006 - 01:37 AM

<?php 
$rows=9; 
$col=1; 
$users=mysql_query("SELECT username FROM users"); 
while($user=mysql_fetch_array($users)){ 
for($r=1;$r <=$rows; $r++){ 
echo "<tr>"; 
} 
for($c=1;$c <=$col; $c++){ 
echo "<td>".$user['username']."</td>"; 
} 
} 
echo "</tr>"; 
?> 

how i fix so that the rows goes with it.. becuase if i put the { below the colums loop it just lopps the name 9 times each..

#2 .josh

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Posted 20 May 2006 - 01:44 AM

well, seeing as how you didn't bother to be real specific, i'm going to assume that you want to make a table with 1 username per row:

<?php 
   $users=mysql_query("SELECT username FROM users"); 
   echo "<table>";
   while($user=mysql_fetch_array($users)){ 
      echo "<tr><td>". $user['username']."</td></tr>"; 
   } 
   echo "</table>"; 
?> 


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#3 corillo181

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Posted 20 May 2006 - 02:10 AM

this is what i was looking for with this i can control my table by just changing the num or the % number.. my problem still that i can't work a query into it.. becuase the <td> sends the same name over and over..

how i do that?


    echo '<tr>';

$num=10;
      for($x=1; $x<=$num; $x++)
      {
        echo '<td>name</td>';
        if($x % 5 == 0)
        {
          echo '</tr>
          <tr>';
        }
      }
			
    echo '</tr>';


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Posted 20 May 2006 - 07:58 AM

this is what i was looking for with this i can control my table by just changing the num or the % number.. my problem still that i can't work a query into it.. becuase the <td> sends the same name over and over..

how i do that?


    echo '<tr>';

$num=10;
      for($x=1; $x<=$num; $x++)
      {
        echo '<td>name</td>';
        if($x % 5 == 0)
        {
          echo '</tr>
          <tr>';
        }
      }
			
    echo '</tr>';







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