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QuickDB: Query MySQL using values passed pragmatically

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quickdb 1.00GNU General Publi...5.0HTML, PHP 5, Databases
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This class can be used to query MySQL using values passed pragmatically.

It can connect to a MySQL database and execute SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE and DELETE queries from arguments that define tables, fields, field values, conditions and order clauses.

The class can also display HTML tables with data from SELECT query results, count the rows of a table, insert or update a table record depending on whether the record that matches a condition already exists, and get information about the table.

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In order to use the example here, you need to create a table,
just execute the following SQL lines using your MySQL client:

CREATE TABLE `quickdbtest` (
  `catid` int(11) NOT NULL auto_increment,
  `catname` varchar(255) default NULL,
  PRIMARY KEY  (`catid`)

insert  into `quickdbtest`(`catid`,`catname`) values (1,'Big'),(2,'Small'),(3,'Average'),(4,'Light'),(5,'Huge');
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Accessible without login Plain text file quickdb.class.php Class main class file
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11 years ago (Luigi)
This a good class !! But why you dont use DB package (PEAR) ...
12 years ago (Josť Filipe Lopes Santos)
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