A simple pagination using MySQL: Split MySQL query results in multiple pages

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This is a simple class that can be used to split MySQL query results in multiple pages.

It takes as parameters an SQL query and the limit of records to show per page.

The class can execute the query retrieving only the rows that are for the current page.

It can also generate links to browse the pages on which the query results are displayed.

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Name: A simple pagination using MySQL
Base name: showresult
Description: Split MySQL query results in multiple pages
Version: 1.0.0
PHP version: 4.0
License: Freeware
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pagination.class.php Class Main class file that creates pages
showresult.php Example An examle file

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