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    Re: Use a foreach statement to build an array

    So what do you think it is that solved it?

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    Re: Use a foreach statement to build an array

    I think I explained it in the PM, it's difficult to explain without going into a detailed explanation of what the query is for.

    If you didn't read the whole message I wouldn't blame you, but if you skim it and read the last paragraph or 2 you'll get it.

    My query needed an extra field, (that I hadn't thought of), checked in one of the WHERE/OR clauses to ensure that no duplicates appeared in the array.

    It's done now and seems to be working. I'm just about to start testing it more thoroughly.
    Last edited by deliriousthunder; 06-05-2009 at 09:47 AM. Reason: Typo

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    Re: Use a foreach statement to build an array

    Glad it is working now. I wasn't sure which was the answer when I read through it and which was the original message.

    Let me know if there is anything else I can help with -- even if it is to just bounce some ideas off.



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