Right well that's what I'm asking I need a tutorial and haven't found a
Rasmus Lerdorf wrote:
> Most of this stuff is actually just SQL and has little to do with PHP. So
> look for an SQL tutorial. From the PHP side all you need to know is
> mysql_connect(), mysql_select_db(), mysql_query() and mysql_fetch_row().''
> All queries are sent to the database via mysql_query(). It doesn't matter
> to PHP if you are adding, deleting, modifying, searching, sorting,
> filtering, or whatever. You just put the SQL code in the mysql_query()
> On Tue, 3 Sep 2002, Matt Zur wrote:
>>Can someone point me in the direction of an online tutorial for php
>>mysql that covers the following:
>>- Teaches me how to use php to access mysql
>>- Creating a db that is structured to be efficient
>>- How to add, modify, and delete records in a database
>>- How to search for records
>>- How to filter records
>>- How to sort records, by a certain field, alphabetical, descending etc.
>>- Indexes - how to create them, how to keep the updated with changes in
>>the db a beginners look to in-depth approach.
>>Yes I've visited PHP.net, and mysql.com. I need a dumbed down version
>>that pretty much holds my hand and is very detailed. I've searched the
>>net for a while now, and all the tutorials I have found... although
>>simple... they don't go in-depth and move on to more advanced features.
>>Any help at all will be greatly appreciated.
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