Are you manually querying the database for information, or are you getting this error from a website?
If it's a manual query, it's pretty hard to help without knowing the table structure and the query you entered. If it's some site that like Google Maps for example, then there's nothing you can do about the error. It's a bug in the site's programming logic, and the site admin will have to fix it.
when i tried to get a table ina map direction i get this data:
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 'ave 56 / raber st.-ycoord) AS subdwalk, hdsgn1 AS dhs, MIN.
please help me.