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PHP/MYSQL - Query is empty error. =/

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Hello everyone. I'm having a bit of a dumbfounded moment here. For some reason, this script below which simply inserts 2 fields to the mysql db is giving a "query is empty" error.

$_SESSION['auth']="yes";
$logname = $_POST['fusername'];
$_SESSION['logname'] = $logname;
$today = date("Y-m-d h:m:s");
$sql = "INSERT INTO Member (loginName, loginTime) VALUES ('$logname', '$today')";
echo "$logname, $today"; // to see if there's a variable issue both variables echo correctly.
mysql_query($sq1) or die(mysql_error());

I've looked over this short code many dozens of times, but I just can't seem to figure it out.
I've used this same code, to directly insert them via phpmyadmin and it works fine.

Thanks in advance.
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$sql = "INSERT INTO Member (loginName, loginTime) VALUES ('$logname', '$today')";
echo "$logname, $today"; // to see if there's a variable issue both variables echo correctly.
mysql_query($sq1) or die(mysql_error());

Looks like the query is stored in '$sql' (ESS-QUE-ELL), but mysql_query is trying to call '$sq1' (ESS-QUE-ONE)
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The eyes get a little blurry after too many hours of coding and debugging, no? :)
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by:enyceexdanny
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oh my.... You're right!
Haha, I feel extremely silly at the moment.

Anyways, thanks for the awesome quick response as always from ee. ^_^
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by:enyceexdanny
ID: 18802715
Yeah. It actually looks identical.. I had to copy and paste that "1" into google. =)
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by:enyceexdanny
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maybe it's time to change the code font in zend.. lowercase L and 1 look exactly identical!.=O
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I've tried fiddling on my end with other fonts that would differentiate better, but I always end up back at a monospace fixed font, because I think I can read the rest of the code better. If you find a font that works well for you, let me know! :)
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Proggy clean seems pretty decent.
http://www.tactile3d.com/tristan/
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