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Old October 11th, 2006, 04:05 PM
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ohhhh yahhhh, and i just read that somewhere, i can only do the where on update and select? makes perfect sense actually. thnx!!! Lemme try, dammit at this rate I'ma run outta portions and be in debt to u for the rest of my life! ;)

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well, i was going back to try to sql insert, but i got the now() to work perfectly! Do I still have to keep that one on my tab? lol.

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lol, yes! And you can use where clauses on SELECT UPDATE and DELETE

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