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Return query without column names...

Return query without column names...

Return query without column names...

I've come across the need to query my sql database for a single row of records, but is it possible to omit the column names at the same time? If not possible with straight SQL, then maybe with PHP? Thanks.


RE: Return query without column names...

yes, definitely with php

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RE: Return query without column names...

Okay, once I had your affirmation that it is possible, I have been looking everywhere for the syntax pertaining to omitting column names. Could someone point me in the right direction? TIA


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