Classes are overrated. :)

Bastien Koert wrote:
you could make the connection variable global, but the best bet here is to use a class and create a db object that your functions could call


From: Ron Croonenberg <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Subject: [PHP-DB] recursion in php and mysql
Date: Thu, 01 Mar 2007 23:52:54 -0500

Hello all,

I wrote an app in php and it uses recursion.

Problem I have is that when I connect to a database using
mysql_connect($dbhost, $username, $password); and select a table with
mysql_select_db($database) I cannot access the table anymore from some

Now I can connect and select a database in that php function  but that
means that process happens A LOT and connecting and selecting everytime
probably slows down the app quite a bit

Is there a way to connect to a database and select a table "globally"
so that I have access to it in ever php function I write ?



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