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A MySQL Database Class: Run MySQL queries defined from parameter values

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dhruv-mysql 1.0.0Artistic License4.0Databases
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This class can run MySQL queries defined from parameter values.

It can connect to a MySQL database server and run SQL SELECT, INSERT UPDATE and DELETE queries composed using parameter values that define table names, field names and values, condition clauses and result limit ranges.

The class can also run queries to get the fields from a table, analyze, optimize, create, alter and drop tables.


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This class was developed by Dhruv Jain aka Hack Archives
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Script is commented for easy usage

Some examples here:

1.Running Queries
$query = $db->exec("YOUR QUERY HERE");

2.Selecting rows
$result = $db->select("*","users","username='dhruv'","LIMIT 10");

3.Show number of rows
$num = $db->num_rows($result);

4.Fetch Array
$fet = $db->fetch_array($result);

YOu can perform many Mysql functions using this class.All major functions have been included.Please read through comments for better usage

Dhruv Jain
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The mysql_connect, _query, etc.
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