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DevShed:
Implementing Additional Methods with mysqli and PHP 5
July 10, 2006 @ 07:22:54

DevShed has posted part three of their popular "using mysqli in PHP5" series today, this time, they focus on increasing the functionality of the code they started last time with other mysqli methods.

I must say that the "mysqli" extension offers an impressive set of features, which can be implemented right from the very beginning. However, and speaking of its cool features, in the next few lines, I'm going to show you a few more. Over the course of this last tutorial, I'll be covering some other methods and properties, mainly aimed at finding the IDs after inserting new rows, and obtaining information about specific table fields.

They touch on the fetch_array, data_seek, fetch_assoc, fetch_field, and fetch_seek functions, giving examples and other assicated properties along the way.

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