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int mysql_db_query(string database, string query, int [link_identifier] );
mysql_db_query() selects a database and executes a query on it. If the
optional link identifier isn't specified, the function will try to find
an open link to the MySQL server and if no such link is found it'll try to
create one as if mysql_connect() was called with no arguments
At 09:03 PM 8/24/99 -0500, Paul DuBois wrote:
>At 9:56 PM -0400 8/24/99, Barry wrote:
>>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
>> $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
>Paul DuBois, paul@stripped