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Old July 23rd, 2006, 06:39 AM
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while($review_row = mysql_fetch_array($review_result))
$review_flag =1;
$review_title = $review_row['review_name'];
$reviewer_name = ucwords($review_row['review_reviewer_name']);
$review = $review_row['review_comment'];
$review_date = $review_row['review_date'];
$review_rating = generate_ratings($review_row['review_rating']);
$review_details .=<<<EOD
    <td width='15%' valign='top' align='center'>$review_date[$i]</td>
    <td width='15%' valign='top'>$review_title[$i]</td>
    <td width='10%' valign='top'>$reviewer_name[$i]</td>
    <td width='50%' valign='top'>$review[$i]</td>
    <td width='10%' valign='top'align='center'>$review_rating[$i]</td>

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Old July 25th, 2006, 07:16 PM
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Your code looks fine on initial glance. What error are you getting? Also, I'd recommend using a for loop instead of a while loop here, since a for loop is designed for exactly what you're doing.

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