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mourningreign

if else statement returns same value?

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The goal of this is to [b]not return[/b] the link if the user is a member. This page follows a query of the database after a form submission for an event signup. I've tried it with single = and the result is the same. Inquiries to my local php user group just have me more confused. The rs is returning the correct value and no errors are coming up.

<?php

$a = 'Not a Member';
$b = 'a Member';
$c = '<a href="vip/comp.php">Click here for a complimentary VIP level membership.</a>';
$d = ' ';

if  ($row_rsDJeventsignup['member'] == $a)
    echo $c;

elseif ($row_rsDJeventsignup['member'] == $b);
    echo $d;

?>

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[code=php:0]
<?php
$a = 'Not a Member';
$b = 'a Member';
$c = '<a href="vip/comp.php">Click here for a complimentary VIP level membership.[/url]';
$d = ' ';

// Option 1     
if ($row_rsDJeventsignup['member'] == $a) {$msg = $c;}
if ($row_rsDJeventsignup['member'] == $b) {$msg = $d;}
echo $msg;

//Option 2
if  ($row_rsDJeventsignup['member'] == $a) {
echo $c;
} else {
if ($row_rsDJeventsignup['member'] == $b) {echo $d;}
}
?>

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This works:

<?php

$a = 'Not a Member';
$b = 'a Member';
$c = '<a href="vip/comp.php">Click here for a complimentary VIP level membership.</a>';
$d = ' ';

if (strcmp($row_rsDJeventsignup['member'],$a)==0) {
echo $c;
}
?>

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