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  1. rootKID

    why the damn (')?

    hey W3S! Been a while! Anyhow, i have a question regarding my SQL... not sure, since it's been a while. So i am running latest version of WinginX with PHP 7.1 and PhpMyAdmin latest version all... i tried to run this SQL, which usually works: SELECT p1_c_c_id AS id, p1_c_c_name AS name, p1_c_c_level AS level, p1_c_c_order AS order FROM plugin1_class_categories ORDER BY order ASC and i got the error below: Fatal error: Uncaught Error: Call to a member function fetch_assoc() on boolean in <path> Stack trace: #0 {main} thrown in <path> on line 131 so then i went nuts and went to the PhpMyAdmin sql builder and it builded this for me: SELECT `p1_c_c_id` AS `id`, `p1_c_c_name` AS `name`, `p1_c_c_level` AS `level`, `p1_c_c_order` AS `order` FROM `plugin1_class_categories` ORDER BY `p1_c_c_order` ASC and that works? Only difference is the plinges... the (')... why? The other one usually works also right? Or am i remembering wrong? Tried to read a little bit about it but gave no sence since it's been a while with everything hehe Well thanks if you can help me anyways! Thanks in advance!
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