PHP using IF to display error

Posted on 16th Feb 2014 07:03 pm by admin

i have a MySQL query and i want to display 1 thing only if the number of affected rows is >=1 and if not then display the error, here is what i have so far and nothing is being displayed ...

Code: if (mysql_num_rows() >= "1")
echo "Update OK!<br />";
die("Update failed: " . mysql_error());

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