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if mysql_query() produces an error...

P: n/a it not true that mysql_error() will persist? I have a case on a site
where the admin enters a new user and, for some reason, does it wrong,
producing a mysql_error() instance. If they try to, again, enter this user
immediately after the error is shown, mysql_select_db dies.

I am thinking that this can be resolved by clearing mysql_error()
immediately after the error is reported. How can that be done, or am I way
offbase here?

Jul 16 '05 #1
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