I remember this annoying error like it was yesterday. It always baffled me a bit when I first started learning PHP (I know… N00B!): Fatal error: call to a member function fetch_assoc() on a non-object. It was always the line number that tripped me up. Anyhoo, here’s what’s really going on and how to kill this error dead once and for all: And, if you’d give me a likey-like I’d sure appreciate it! And like I said the source code is available on Patreon for the smart folks who support the show. (You know you wanna join them.) P.S. If you liked the show,
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