Problem with MySQL and PHP



  • This is the code in PHP:

    <?php
                $link = mysql_query("SELECT avatar FROM games WHERE id = 1");
    
            echo $link;
    

    ?>

    The point is, echo $link in this case makes it so important: Resource id #17.

    There's no such thing in my OBD.

    And when I write to PHPMyAdmin SQL the same line, it gives me the right meaning.

    It's probably PHP.

    I hooked up with the BDE. I'm right, so the code is:

    <?php
    mysql_connect(
    "localhost",
    "",
    "
    "
    );
    mysql_select_db("
    *******") or die(mysql_error());

    ?&gt;
    



  • You've got a PHP that's totally right. It's a result descriptor. http://php.net/manual/ru/function.mysql-query.php which should be transferred to a different function that will be processed. These functions are also mentioned in the reference documents.

    P. S.To work with MySQL, I strongly advise that the use of one-name extension PHP be eliminated. Starting with version 5.5, it has been officially declared obsolete and is not guaranteed in subsequent versions. Use MySQLi or PDO.




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