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find individual comma separated values in database

Thread began 1/24/2010 1:02 am by dave315749 | Last modified 4/25/2010 1:45 am by dave315749 | 986 views | 4 replies



Without understanding you multi-select code, I cannot be positive that what I suggest will work.

But, if your multi-select is actually creating an array - meaning it is saving the entire sting of ID is one variable, than you can just loop through each item. You could do the same if it is a list.

Let's say your variable containing the array is $courses,

You could then create a for each loop which will query for the related info and then display it.

foreach ($courses AS $item) { ?>

$query_course "SELECT coursename, relatedinfo FROM courses WHERE id = '$item'";
$course mysql_query($query_course$YourDB) or die(mysql_error());
$row_course mysql_fetch_assoc($course);
$totalRows_course mysql_num_rows($course);

<p>Course: <?php echo $row_course['coursename']; ?></p>
<p>Related Info: <?php echo $row_course['relatedinfo']; ?></p>
<hr />


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