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php mysql query extend to perform two actions

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I have the following snippet of php code.  I need to truncate two tables...how do I format the $query1 line to do this?

   
 $query1 = "TRUNCATE TABLE ALIASES";
    $result = mysql_query($query1);

    if ($result) 
       echo "ALIASES Table Reset
		 
	";
    else 
       echo "There was a problem resetting ALIASES
		 
	";

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Question by:pda4me
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Ray Paseur earned 500 total points
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Use two TRUNCATE queries.  Run them separately.  
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by:Hugh McCurdy
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I agree with Ray.
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by:pda4me
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Thanks Ray!
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