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mysql_num_rows problem

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$username = $_POST['agentlogin'];
$pass = md5($_POST['agentpass']);

$mysqlquery = "SELECT * FROM agent WHERE `name`='$username' AND `pass`='$pass'";
$mysqlquery2 = mysql_query("$mysqlquery");
if(mysql_num_rows("$mysqlquery2") == 1) {


Ok apparently this isn't a valid mysql result resource?

Eh anyone see anything wrong with this bit of code? as i can't.

In theory this should work, as there is only one user that has this login and password, so the result should be one?

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