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mysql_connection: Wrapper for several MySQL connection information

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Current Version: 1.1.2

This class is in charge of establishing a connection to the MySQL server.
This class is a wrapper of the basic functions like open, close, send sql,
send command. It allows personnalized error trapping and can also trap errors
for you but in a very gruesome way stopping all execution.

It also offers several usefull functions like:
- sql_insert_id() which returns the last inserted id by this connection
- sql_data_format() which will transform any ' into a \' format so the sql
string will not suffer brutal stops because of a misplaced '

The basic information you need to use this class is what follows:
Step 1: Create the object
needed: hostname, username, password and database used by this connection
Step 2: Open the connection
call: open()
Step 3: Send any sql request or sql command
call: send_result_sql() or send_command_sql()
Step 4: Close the connection
call: close()

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