Jerry Schwartz wrote:
> Now that I re-read your question, I think your answer is that the LIMIT
> clause applies to the set of records retrieved after all of the conditions
> are applied. In your example,
> SELECT * FROM clients WHERE name LIKE "Mark%" ORDER BY name LIMIT 1, 7;
> SELECT * FROM clients WHERE name LIKE "Mark%" ORDER BY name LIMIT 8, 7;
> Is that what you were asking?
> Have you looked at using the HANDLER statement? [...]
Well... Yes and No!
Yes, The examples that you provided with the LIMIT would work but...
Yes, that could be be what I was asking but it doesn't fit on my needs.
You guys don't have access to my code because if you have you would know
that I'm just a beginner and my code wouldn't be "compatible" with your
But not everything is bad news... Now I know that the values that I set
with LIMIT are not related with the position of my data in the table but
to the position of the data after I apply a filter (WHERE)...
I will reprogram the Show Client page to use WHERE RelationID=#NUM#
instead of LIMIT #NUM#,1
So... Thank you guys and I will probably come back :)
(Off-Topic: I'm using Thunderbird/1.5 & Gmail and I do a Reply All which
sends the messages to the person I'm replying and CC's to the list but I
never receive my own messages. Is this the normal behavior? Thanks)