registration form .php mysql error

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registration form .php mysql error

Postby louismoore18 » 14. June 2011 17:49

When i type everything into my registration page and send it, it runs a .php page. This should write to the database/table i have set up but instead it returns...

You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'name,last name, username,email,password)values('louis','moore','louismoore18','l' at line 1

What is this. I have a feeling it because it may not be connected to the 'memebers' table within 'test' but i dont know how to point it there

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Re: registration form .php mysql error

Postby Altrea » 14. June 2011 21:34

Thats what the error message is telling you.
You have an error in your SQL Syntax near the column name "name".
For any further help we must see your SQL syntax in your sourcecode.
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