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File: example.php
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Description: Example along with explanations
Class: Reduced MySQLi
MySQLi database access wrapper
Author: By
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Date: 7 years ago
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/*load the files*/
require_once "DB.php";
 * Here is are some example of usage
 * The table that we are working on has the following columns with auto increment on id:
 * id | username | password | real_name
$db = new DB(); // create the object
  * ######This class runs ONLY Parameterized SQL Queries#####
  * Roughly, on parameterized queries the structure of the query is seperated from the parameters;
  * It helps you improve:
  * Security since SQL Injections are no more possible,
  * Performance since parameterized are chached
  * Organization and Maintance since the stucture is seperated from the data
  * How to prepare Parameterized Queries?
  * Well, it is not that different; The only thing is, that instead writing the variables inside the query
  * you put ? as place holder.
  * NOTE: You can't put ? as place holder for table name,column name or statements and etc.
  * If you are confused, just look at the examples, its easy.
  //Here is the query, instead of writing a number for limit, we just put ? as placeholder
$query = "SELECT * FROM users LIMIT ?";
//And here is how to run it. parameter in $db->query() is the SQL query itself, and the 2.nd is the value for ?
$db->query($query,10); // This is equal to: SELECT * FROM users LIMIT 10
  //You can have as many parameters as you want. Just put ? as place holder and then add a parameter for every ? in the same order
$db->query("SELECT * FROM users WHERE username = ? AND password = ? AND real_name = ? LIMIT ?","root","thepassword","smith",1);
//You don't have to put ? for every parameter.
$real_name = "smith";
$db->query("SELECT * FROM users WHERE real_name = ? LIMIT 1",$real_name);
//$db->query() Will return the result of the query as associated array
$result = $db->query("SELECT * FROM users LIMIT ?",10);
<br /><br />$result:<?
//You can get the number of selected,inserted,deleted or updated rows in last query just like that:
$number_rows_for_the_last_query = $db->num_rows;
?><br /><br />$number_rows_for_the_last_query:<?
//OR you can run the query instantly and get the number:
$number_rows_for_the_query = $db->num_rows("SELECT * FROM users LIMIT ?",10);
?><br /><br />$number_rows_for_the_query:<?
//It works for insert,update and delete too:
$number_of_inserted_rows = $db->num_rows("INSERT INTO users(id,username,password,real_name) VALUES(NULL,?,?,?)",'smith123','qwerty','smith john');
?><br /><br />$number_of_inserted_rows:<?
// AND get the last insert id from the auto increment for the last query:
$last_insert_id = $db->insert_id;
?><br /><br />$last_insert_id:<?
// OR run the query and get the last insert id directly:
$last_insert_id = $db->insert_id("INSERT INTO users(id,username,password,real_name) VALUES(NULL,?,?,?)",'smith123','qwerty','smith john');
?><br /><br />$last_insert_id:<?
print($last_insert_id."<br />");
/*And lets see what is in the log*/