$_REQUEST mysql_query PHP



  • Friends, help me figure this out.
    There's a NAME OBD. It has two pillars: name1 and name2
    I need to make a column point. name2provided in this line name1 = $SuperName=$_REQUEST['name']
    $_REQUEST['name'] Transmitted correctly (I try to separate the line and put it in $data).

    Next, my code:

    $Подключение к БД
    $SuperName=$_REQUEST['name'];
    $sql= mysql_query("SELECT * FROM NAME WHERE name1='$SuperName' ",$db);
    if($sql)
    {
    
    while($data = mysql_fetch_array($sql)) {
    
    
        echo $data['name2'];
    
    }
    

    }
    else
    {
    print mysql_error();
    }

    On the way out, he's making a mistake that Name2 isn't defined.
    This may be an unrealistic simple question, but I don't understand what's wrong. I honestly read the same questions. I don't know what's wrong.



  • Replace. mysql_fetch_arraymysql_fetch_assoc Since in the first case you will receive a list (massium with 0.1.2.3) and in the second case, an associated mass (name 1, name2)




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