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$Row[2] doesn't work


MichelDS
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$Row[2] doesn't work but if I use $Row["linkcat"] than it works fine.

Is there somewhere to activate in the php.ini file ?

 

 

// I got 9 fields to in the table tbl_link !  $Row[2] should give me a number.

$Verbinding = mysql_connect($db_host, $db_user, $db_passw);
mysql_select_db($db_name);	
$sql = "Select * from tbl_link where userid=1";	
$ResultShow = mysql_query($sql);	

while ($Row = mysql_fetch_assoc($ResultShow)){

    echo $Row[2];

} 

 

 

 

 

 

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Oh yes indeed, I overlooked this one ! 

 

I do need to use $Row[index] system for a function I 'm working on so I can use the same function  for different perposes.

 

The example was just a little example.  I need only 1 row back in fact. 

 

So yes mysql_fetch_row works fine, thanks.

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The issue is you are requesting the value for the Array where the KEY is 2.  Because your array has strings for keys, you have errors.

 

print_r() or var_dump() are great functions to use on arrays and objects to help determine the existence of your desires.

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