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This ebook was once nice! It helped step during the easy and never so simple facets of mysql and the way it pertains to personal home page. The examples have been effortless to stick with, yet now not condescending. It used to be important to have on-line entry to the code. i actually loved the truth that he may offer you adequate details to appreciate the idea that, yet then had you work issues out by yourself prior to giving the remainder of this system. i've been inspired on the aspect and helpfulness of this booklet.

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Make sure that PHP support has been properly installed on your Web 26 Summary server, either in accordance with the instructions provided in previous sections of this chapter, or by your Web host. Summary You should now have everything you need to install MySQL and PHP on your Web Server. If the little example above didn’t work (for example, if the raw PHP code appeared instead of the date), something went wrong with your setup procedure. Drop by the SitePoint Forums16 and we’ll be glad to help you figure out the problem!

If you use the View Source feature in your browser, all you’ll see is a regular HTML file with the date in it. > in the code above) was interpreted by the Web server and converted to normal text before it was sent to your browser. The beauty of PHP, and other server-side scripting languages, is that the Web browser doesn’t have to know anything about it — the Web server does all the work! Don’t worry too much about the exact code I used in this example. Before too long you’ll know it like the back of your hand.

Mysql>quit Bye So, What’s SQL? The set of commands we’ll use to direct MySQL throughout the rest of this book is part of a standard called Structured Query Language, or SQL (pronounced either “sequel” or “ess-cue-ell”—take your pick). Commands in SQL are also referred to as queries (I’ll use these two terms interchangeably). SQL is the standard language for interacting with most databases, so, even if you move from MySQL to a database like Microsoft SQL Server in the future, you’ll find that most of the commands are identical.

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