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output val from database

Posted on 2004-04-09
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Hi, im accessing a variable like this from a mysql db:

string val  = select/rest/of/query

Id just like to know how I can output val in a readible user frienly way.

Any suggestions id really appreciate.

Thanks
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by:emitlightbulb
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That does'nt answer my question, I want to be able to use the variable like id use a html text. Is this possible?
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Kuldeepchaturvedi earned 30 total points
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<%= any jsp variable%> will out put it to user... it doesn't really matter whats in it....
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by:Ryan Chong
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>>Id just like to know how I can output val in a readible user frienly way
Try use Table in HTML, maybe you can do a loop inside the <tr> and <td> tags, in order to create a more user-friendly interface, combine with what kuldeepchaturvedi suggested.

cheers
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