Good morning, all. I'm sort of new at php and have been teaching myself with online tutorials and such. I'm getting the hang of it so far, but last night I ran into a problem that I can't seem to resolve. Here is the code below:

Code:
if ( (strlen($getemail) >= 7) && (strstr($getemail), '@') && (strstr($getemail), '.')){
      						require("connect.php");
      						
						$query = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM members WHERE username='$getuser'");
						$numrows = mysql_num_rows($query);
						
							if ($numrows == 0){
								$query = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM members WHERE email='$getemail'");
								$numrows = mysql_num_rows($query);
								if ($numrows == 0){
									
									$password = md5(md5("[salt]".$password."[salt]"));
									$date = date('F d, Y');
									$code = md5(rand());
									
									mysql_query ("INSERT INTO members VALUES (
									'', '$getuser', '$password', '$getemail', '', '$date', '0', '$code', '$getfirstname', '$getlastname', '$lastloginip', '$getbirthmonth', '$getbirthday', $getbirthyear', '$getgender'
									)")
									
									$query = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM members WHERE username='$getuser'")
								
								}
								else {
								$errormsg = "There is already a user with that email address.";
								}
							}
							else {
							$errormsg = "There is already a user with that username.";
							}

      						mysql_close();
      						}
      						else {
      						$errormsg = "You must enter a valid email address to register."
      						}
The error I'm receiving is:

"Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ',' in /[address here]/register.php on line 35"

Line 35 is the very first line in the given code. I don't know what it's trying to tell me.