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Executing queries with phpMyAdmin
May 02, 2008 @ 11:18:36 continues their look at using phpMyAdmin in this new part of the series today. This new article focuses on using the interface to make queries against the data in your tables.

The previous article gave you an overview of the phpMyAdmin interface and functionality. It's now time to dive in further and learn how to construct and execute queries.

They show (complete with screenshots) how to use the GUI to build the different parts of your query - a simple SELECT statement with a join pulling together the customer information and their addresses.

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