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mysql vs mysqli
September 25, 2013 07:02PM
Just wanted to check - seeing that mysql is going to be removed from php and replaced by mysqli, is it okay if we use mysqli in our project?
I know the tutorials used the mysql but seeing that it is going to be removed I'd prefer to learn the mysqli so long but not sure if it will run correctly on the server our projects will be tested on?

Anybody else using this?

Thanks
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September 25, 2013 08:14PM
mysqli is compatible with mySql 4.1 and later.

EasyPHP is currently installed with mySql 5.6.11,and XAMPP with mySql 5.5.32, so there should not be any compatibility problems.
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Re: mysql vs mysqli
September 26, 2013 08:21AM
Yes, you can use it no problem.
Re: mysql vs mysqli
September 27, 2013 02:03PM
Thank you smiling smiley
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Re: mysql vs mysqli
September 30, 2013 02:19PM
Strictly speaking you can just as well use PDO which is newer and recommended for new development (5.1 required I think)... but let us not run too far ahead here. It is all about portability. the "older" connect will still work. This is an introductory course smiling smiley
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