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Hello On page 368 MySQL second edition when i write this script out and send it through the browser ... Warning mysqli_fetch array() expects parameter 1 to be mysqli_result, boolean given /file/string/file/string I have gone into the PHP web site and type in mysqli_fetch_array to look at the syntax and the page i am directed to shows, mysqli_result::fetch_array and the calls in the PHP manual page for mysqli_result::fetch_array are the same as in the script in the book. $query = SELECT etc $r or result = mysqli_query($link, $query); The warning in the browser is from this line of the script in the book list($num_records) = mysqli_fetch_array($result, MYSQLI_NUM); --------------------------------------------- if i reconstruct the call to: list ($num_records = mysqli_fetch_array($result, MYSQLI_NUM)); the warning`s change to one warning: syntax error, unexpected '=' expecting ',' or ')' if i use a , the results are fatal error: cannot use function return value in write context. and if a remove the , and close ) the list() call: Parse error, syntax error, unexpected mysql_fetch_array expexting '=' and then its back to parameter 1 expecting to be mysql_result, boolean given. I also added the script from the PHP manual mysqli::real_connect and it works as a stand alone when called by the browser, Does any one have any suggestions Thank you.