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Posted on 2003-11-05
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Could someone tell me what is wrong with this line. It gives me a parsing error.      


$qry = 'SELECT DISTINCT L1Code, L1Desc, L1Image, L1URL FROM '.$opts['tb']. .$opts['tb1']. ' WHERE Status = "A" ORDER BY L1Desc';

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Rafael
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you only need one dot in between your 2 variables

$qry = 'SELECT DISTINCT L1Code, L1Desc, L1Image, L1URL FROM '.$opts['tb']. $opts['tb1']. ' WHERE Status = "A" ORDER BY L1Desc';

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