Editing MySQL Data Using PHP
We have had a few tutorial that show how to display and add data to a MySQL database. Now I am going to show you how to edit a row in your database.
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This is ore of an introductory article on PHP and MySQL covering such topics as features of PHP and MySQL, and how to use PHP to interact with MySQL.
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MySQL and PHP are a very common combination, especially with large scale websites, or websites with frequently updated content. So if you're going to creating a website, its best that you manage your PHP and MySQL relationship well. In this tutorial we will look at making a class that we can use to manage all of our connections and queries to our MySQL Database.