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Core PHP Programming: Using PHP to Build Dynamic Web Sites by Leon Atkinson

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mSQL

The functions in this section communicate with mSQL, a database that implements a subset of SQL. The official site is at <http://www.hughes.com.au/>. A site supporting Windows versions of mSQL is at <http://blnet.com/msqlpc/>.

There are a handful of mSQL functions that exist simply for backward compatibility. I have chosen to leave them out. Only some of them are documented in the official PHP 3 manual. Their use is described in the PHP 2 documentation. For reference they are msql, msql_createdb, msql_dbname, msql_dropdb, msql_freeresult, msql_listdbs, msql_list-fields, msql_listtables, msql_numfields, msql_numrows, msql_ selectdb, msql_tablename.

Two mSQL extensions exist, one for mSQL version 1 and one for version 2. You must load the ...

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