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Say one thing in the code and show another on the page

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Hello all

I seen this done but I can't remember how so I'd thought I'd ask those who would know.

I have an SQL statement:

SELECT ID, MenuItem, SubSection, SectionContentTitle
FROM tblMainData
WHERE [SubSection] = 2 AND [ID] >= 301 AND [MenuItem] = true

When I add the fields to my webpage my 'SubSection' field shows as '2'.

The table 'tblMainData' gets the data for 'SubSection' from a table called 'tblSubSections' which has two fields 'ID' and 'SubSection'. The 'SubSection' field in 'tblMainData' is linked to the 'ID' field of 'tblSubSections'.

How do I alter the code above so that the webpage shows the data from the 'SubSection' field in 'tblSubSections' instead of the 'ID'?

Regards

Martin
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Hi Lowfatspread

What a great name!

Thanks for the reply and the code.

Excellent job!

Regards

Martin

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