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From:Paul DuBois Date:August 25 1999 2:03am
Subject:Re: PHP3 & MySQL simple question
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At 9:56 PM -0400 8/24/99, Barry wrote:
>Hello All,
>
>I would like to start learning to use PHP with MySQL on an NT 4 server.
>I've been using NT MySQL for 1 year or so from CGI's.
>
>I found the following snippet in the PHP 3 manual and also within the PHP
>guestbook example:
>
>   $result = mysql("demo-gb-db", "select * from guests where ...
>
>I cannot find the mysql() command in the documentation.
>I can make a wild guess that it's mysql(dbname, querystr)
>It's not listed in the "mysql functions" that I can see. (I am looking in
>and have searched the single-large-file PHP3 html manual).
>
>Can anyone point me to it.


Obsolete.  Try mysql_db_query(), or else invoke mysql_select_db()
first to select the database and then invoke mysql_query() with the
query string.

-- 
Paul DuBois, paul@stripped
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