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retreiving data from db

Posted on 2000-03-28
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hi...
how can i retrieve data.
im using mysql/php:
<?
$sql="select * from user where id=7";
$databasename="appscan";
$tablename="user";
mysql_connect("haag","elad");
$result=mysql_query($sql);

?>
now...
how can i print the field value that
is from the query result?

how can i loop over the table, if i want
to retrive all info?

sorry...completely new...
im using ASP most of the time...
elad
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RHJennings earned 5 total points
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You can use this to loop though the values, then display them.

while ($row=mysql_fetch_object($result)) {
            echo $row->[field value to display]
      }

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