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Thread: Help with a date issue in PHP

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    Help with a date issue in PHP

    Okay. I have a showlister. Its simple enough, so Im not going to go into how it runs because it runs perfect.

    My issue is when the event gets removed from the database. This took me a long time to figure out such a simple solution, but there is one error. It deletes all event prior to today and including today's events. I want todays events to stick around until the day is over.




    Here is my code:

    PHP Code:
    $today date('Y-m-d');
    $removeShows="Delete from shows where showDate between '1950-01-10' and '".$today."'";
    $removeResult mysql_query($removeShows) or die (mysql_error()); 

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    Well, thats because your using BETWEEN therefor .. Everything in between $today and 1950-01-10 is going to get deleted.. You should delete the date by using the PRIMARY KEY.. ie its ID..

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