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DevShed:
Using Unbuffered Queries and More with SQLite with PHP 5
December 11, 2006 @ 12:46:00

Continuing with their look at PHP5 and SQLite, DevShed has posted part two of the series - "Using Unbuffered Queries and More with SQLite with PHP 5".

Taking into account the group of characteristics that I mentioned [a few lines above], in this second tutorial of the series, I'll be taking a look at some of them. This will give you a clearer idea of how to use them as part of your existing and -- why not? -- future PHP applications.

They take a look at the hows and whys of working with the unbuffered queries and well as some examples - counting rows and fields in a database table and looking at the use of more "row-processing methods" to get different sorts of data out.

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