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#1 Guest_PcGamerz13_*

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Posted 25 March 2006 - 08:01 AM

How do yoy make it Search 5 fields and only shows Win_Tie_Lose='Win'
$sql5=mysql_query("SELECT * FROM clan_matches WHERE Member_1='$Member_Gamer_Tag' OR Member_2='$Member_Gamer_Tag' OR Member_3='$Member_Gamer_Tag' OR Member_4='$Member_Gamer_Tag' OR Member_5='$Member_Gamer_Tag' AND Win_Tie_Lose='Win'");

#2 Barand

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Posted 25 March 2006 - 09:57 AM

Two ways

1 ) Use "()" to separate OR's from the AND

SELECT * FROM clan_matches
      WHERE ((Member_1='$Member_Gamer_Tag')
      OR (Member_2='$Member_Gamer_Tag')
      OR (Member_3='$Member_Gamer_Tag')
      OR (Member_4='$Member_Gamer_Tag')
      OR (Member_5='$Member_Gamer_Tag'))
      AND Win_Tie_Lose='Win'

2 ) Use "IN(list)" instead of the OR's

SELECT * FROM clan_matches
      WHERE '$Member_Gamer_Tag' IN (Member_1, Member_2,Member_3, Member_4,Member_5)
      AND Win_Tie_Lose='Win'

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