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MySQL » 24.05.2007 » by biohazard
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So far we have seen a couple different uses of PHP's mysql_query function. This is to be expected as nearly all MySQL in PHP is done through the MySQL Query function.
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MySQL » 24.05.2007 » by biohazard
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When data is put into a MySQL table it is referred to as inserting data. When inserting data it is important to remember what kind of data is specified in the columns of the table.
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MySQL » 24.05.2007 » by biohazard
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A MySQL table is completely different than the normal table that you eat dinner on. In MySQL and other database systems, the goal is to store information in an orderly fashion. The table gets this done by making the table up of columns and rows.
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MySQL » 24.05.2007 » by biohazard
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Before you can do anything with MySQL in PHP you must first establish a connection to your web host's MySql database. This is done with the MySQL connect function.
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MySQL » 24.05.2007 » by biohazard
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The AUTO_INCREMENT attribute can be used to generate a unique identity for new rows.
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MySQL » 24.05.2007 » by biohazard
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A foreign key constraint is not required merely to join two tables.
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MySQL » 24.05.2007 » by biohazard
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Under Unix, database names are case sensitive (unlike SQL keywords), so you must always refer to your database as menagerie, not as Menagerie, MENAGERIE, or some other variant.
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MySQL » 24.05.2007 » by biohazard
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The harder part is deciding what the structure of your database should be: what tables you need and what columns should be in each of them.
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