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Old 01-25-2012
Concatenate Strings

hi..Smilie
this is my sample part of my program..
Code:
    $csv_output .= $row['name'].",".
                                   $row['region'].",".
                                   $row['city'].",".
                                   $row['Area'].",".
                                   $row['Street'].",".
                                   $row['Building'].",".
                                   $row['totalorders'].",".
                                   $row['totalgross'].","."\n";

and the output of this is..
Code:
name, region,city,area,street,building,totalorders,totalgross

now the output that I need is like this..
Code:
"name","region","city","area","street","building","totalorders","totalgross"

is there anybody can help me how can I make this output..?
thanks in advanced.
have a great day ahead. Smilie
# 2  
Old 01-26-2012
which db you are using ? and is it perl program ?
# 3  
Old 01-29-2012
I am using phpMyAdmin as my database. It is not a perl program.

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