By Bill Graziano
on 29 July 2000
| 3 Comments
| Tags: Queries
Alejandro writes "Please help me, I can't write the syntax for something like this: search?cat1=America&cat2=EEUU . . . "
MySQL = "SELECT * FROM MiTable WHERE cat1='" & Request.QueryString("cat1") & cat2='" & Request.QueryString("cat2") "'"
Select *From MiTableWhere cat1 = 'America'and cat2 = 'EEUU'
MySQL = "SELECT * FROM MiTable "MySQL = MySQL & " Where cat1='" & Request.QueryString("cat1") & "'"MySQL = MySQL & " and cat2='" & Request.QueryString("cat2") & "'"
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