mysql_connect

mysql link mysql_connect([string host[:port|:/path/to/socket]], 
 [string username], [string password]) 
host Host to connect to, with an optional port or socket component
username Username to log in with
password Password to log in with

Connects to a MySQL server.

Returns:

MySQL link on success; FALSE on failure

Description:

mysql_connect() is used to connect to a local or remote MySQL server. Normally it’s used as follows:

$mysql_link = mysql_connect ('some_host', 'some_user', 'some_password'); 

You can also let PHP supply optional arguments for all parameters.

The host argument should contain a domain name or an IP address, optionally followed by a port number. If no port number is specified, the default MySQL port of

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