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Re: Store form entries to DB
Posted by: Kai Voigt
Date: July 07, 2005 04:18PM


you have programmed some PHP script as the action of your HTML form. In this script, you can access the form variables by the $_GET or $_POST arrays, whatever you specified as the method for the form.

Then you can build your SQL query as an PHP string like this:

$my_query = sprintf("insert into my_table (username, email) values ('%s', '%s')", $_GET("username"), $_GET("email"));

This query can be used against your MySQL server. If you need to know how to talk to your MySQL server from PHP, read for example code.


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