If I got you right, then SELECT * FROM newalbums WHERE fulltitle like 'A%'
ORDER BY fulltitle;
> I've got a semi-large table, and I want to display all the entrys where the column
> "fulltitle" begins with A (or any other letter). I can't figure out how to do it. I can
> display all entrys, alphabetically,
> pretty easily, but when I add in the part to only look for ones starting with A, it
> returns an error. Can anyone tell me how to do this?
> My current line of code is:
> SELECT * REGEXP 'A%' FROM newalbums ORDER BY fulltitle ASC
> It's being used in PHP, and the error returned is:
> Warning: 0 is not a MySQL result index in <pageaddress> on line 120
> I'm guessing that what it's having problems with is that it doesn't know which column
> to check for starting with A% at. Any idea how to do this?
> ~Ĺstro the Space Duck