[PHP] Function Alias: mysql()

2001-12-06 Thread Dennis Moore
I cannot seem to find in the documentation the what the function mysql() is aliaseed to using PHP4.0.6. Any ideas? Example: $rez=mysql($dbname,$query); Everything works fine... But I want to be sure what is actually being used. /dkm

Re: [PHP] Function Alias: mysql()

2001-12-06 Thread Tyler Longren
] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, December 06, 2001 3:12 PM Subject: [PHP] Function Alias: mysql() I cannot seem to find in the documentation the what the function mysql() is aliaseed to using PHP4.0.6. Any ideas? Example: $rez=mysql($dbname,$query); Everything works fine... But I want

Re: [PHP] Function Alias: mysql()

2001-12-06 Thread Dennis Moore
: Re: [PHP] Function Alias: mysql() Are you sure that isn't a custom function in your code (assuming you're using somebody else's code)? It could be an alias to: mysql_db_query() It has the same handlers, ex: $rez=mysql_db_query($dbname,$query); Tyler Longren - Original Message