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From:Paul DuBois Date:February 25 2000 8:36pm
Subject:Re: para-newbie alert
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At 11:24 AM -0800 2000-02-25, sasha@stripped wrote:
>Glenn Becker wrote:
>>
>>  Hi,
>>
>>  I am working my way through the book PHP3: Programming Browser-Based
>>  Applications by David Medinets. Most of the book has to do with MySQL
> <-->
>>  PHP interactions ... I am new to both.
>>
>>  I've got MySQL 3.22.32 installed on a P120/48MB running Slackware Linux
>>  7.0. I crawled through the first 25+ pages of the book, getting everything
>>  installed correctly ...
>>
>>  ... and now that I am beginning to work with MySQL, I am running into
>>  new problems. Specifically, I am using the following SQL:
>>
>>  INSERT INTO
>>  user
>>  (
>>  Host
>>  .User
>>  .Password
>>  .Select_priv
>>  .Insert_priv
>>  .Update_priv
>>  .Delete_priv
>>  )
>>  VALUES (
>>  '%'
>>  ,'kris'
>>  ,''
>>  ,'Y','Y','Y','Y'
>>  )
>>
>>  to modify the user table of the mysql database. This is copied directly
>>  from the book (there is some indenting in the book example, however). When
>>  I send it into MySQL, I get an "Error 1064" ... an error in MySQL syntax.
>>
>>  What is wrong with this? How do I find out what's wrong with it? I
>>  apologize for the newbieness of the questions - I didn't know where to go
>>  in the documentation to find an answer, or how to use MySQL itself
>>  to troubleshoot. Thanks in advance for any pointers to what I *might* be
>>  doing wrong.
>>
>>  Glenn
>>
>>  _________________________________________________________________________
>>                                                                           |
>>  // G l e n n  B e c k e r                                                |
>>                                                                           |
>>  // "I've chewed and swallowed my pride, and don't want seconds. Thanks." |
>>                                                                           |
>>  // glenn@stripped                                                       |
>
>Looks like the book publisher did a bad job on the printing.
>(host.user.password... needs to be (host,user,password,...
>
>--
>Sasha Pachev


The book has quite a number of typographical errors, but this isn't
one of them.  The book has commas in the example.

-- 
Paul DuBois, paul@stripped
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para-newbie alertGlenn Becker25 Feb
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