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OSFAQ: How to create a database driven website (PHP/MYSQL)
Nov 5, 2000, 19 :01 UTC (0 Talkback[s]) (1740 reads) (Other stories by rauchenator)

"Are you looking to creating a dynamic web presence? Or a database driven website? In this article we will cover some basics on PHP and MYSQL programming. PHP is a server side scripting language similar to MS ASP, but different in syntax. With it you can create websites that dynamically generates it self on request. MYSQL is SQL server software that supports the full SQL standard. It will provide your web application all that is needed to generate web pages from databases. So lets get coding."

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