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MySQL Query instead of PHP If/Else

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After the user has selected the country "US" - they are then going to select a state (Example; NY) and SUBMIT - DB / PHP displays output.

I need either PHP or MySQL to parse out only the records that qualify: US + NY

Here is the Country query that I'm using:
SELECT * FROM dealers WHERE Country = 'US'

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table: dealers
columns:
id
Dealer
Phone
City
State
Country

Obviously, I could use a php IF/ELSE to only display the selected State records.

Instead, I'm hoping there's a way to edit the query listed above to handle this.

Yes, I am a MySQL newbie.


Thanks.
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Question by:mar2195
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by:santoshmotwani
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This will display records with US + NY

SELECT * FROM dealers WHERE Country = 'US' and City = 'NY'
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SELECT * FROM dealers WHERE `Country`='US' and `State`='NY'
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by:mar2195
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@santoshmotwani  ... thanks also.

FYI:  The BACKTICKS are not always necessary (at least in the testing that I completed).
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by:santoshmotwani
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sorry i must be sleeping when i wrote above query  totally forgot NY is a state
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by:mar2195
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lol  ... it's a CITY also!
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