Variables in Url links....

Hi I am a newbie to PHP...

I like to know how I place a link in Call field below

while ($row = mysql_fetch_assoc($result)) {
echo "<tr><TD BGCOLOR=\"#CCCCCC\">",$row['Call'], "</td><TD BGCOLOR=\"#CCCCCC\">", $row['Title'],"</td><TD BGCOLOR=\"#CCCCCC\">", $row['Author'],"</td></tr>\n";
}

i want to put a link for $row['Call']  

something like this:

<a href="http://somelink.com.au/RNO?Call=$row['Call']">

Cheers

and thanx in advance
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Muhammad WasifCommented:
try this
echo "<a href='http://somelink.com.au/RNO?Call=".$row['Call']."'>Your Link</a>";

WASIF
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Michael701Commented:
that looks good

notes: with php4 globals are turned off, in your next page you have to use

echo $_GET['Call']; // WaTcH out for upper/lower case variable names

or you may use the import function, but this allows hackers to set variables in your code, if you don't initialize them it could have adverse effects.

 import_request_variables('g');


also checkout these functions

function clean_post($string)
{
  $string = trim(htmlspecialchars(stripslashes($string), ENT_QUOTES));
  return $string;
}
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baz_can_fix_itAuthor Commented:
Thanx  wasifg... Spot On...exactly what I wanted... excelllent answer

Michael701 thank you too for the extra tip... :)

Could you both do me a favour see if you can answer me other question on this page... :)

Cheers

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Web/Web_Languages/PHP/Q_20799763.html#9763780


Thank you in advance
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