"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."
Now this is a really stupid error. (yes that sums up the error S T U P I D)
I am making an update to columns via stored variables.
"UPDATE table SET a = a + $a, b = b + $b, c = c + $c, d = d + $d, e = e + $e"
Note: This goes on for at least 10 columns not 5 like I have here
Now as im tryign to debug the error I cut out the C/D variables and it works! (It also works if I just change $c/$d to 0/0)
Anyways this is utterly stupid and dont know why this is happening...
I have been on this for days and days and refused to show anyone this stupid error for fear oh my own stupidity but oh well :(
Anyways any help?
Thanks, Regards X