In one of the earlier threads, it was mentioned mysqli APIs are more secure,
faster, and actually maintained.

Also, if you use some of the mysql_xxx(), you actually get a warning saying
that it will be or it is being deprecated and paves the way for you to
approach the same thing with mysqli_xxx().

The seniors perhaps can give you more facts which they have seen and


On Thu, Nov 4, 2010 at 1:18 PM, Tamara Temple <tam...@tamaratemple.com>wrote:

> I'm wondering what the advantages/disadvantage of using prepared statements
> with mysqli are. I'm used to using the mysqli::query and mysqli::fetch_assoc
> functions to deal with retrieving data and bulding my sql statement in php
> code.
> Tamara Temple
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