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    Hi guys, back again I have ran a few test scripts through php and created, deleted updated, retrived data that I stored in these scripts. My question is, is it possible to connect to mysql through the C Command if you can please tell me how I achieve this? Or do I need to find mysql.exe to be able to create databases without putting them into my php scripts?

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    Not sure if I follow, but you can create databases and tables through a PHP script.

    readme

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    @Bsfrog: I can create databases in php already I want to know if I can connect to mysql and create databases outside of php by either finding mysql.exe on my computer or through C Command?

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    Yes, if you have MySQL installed you can via the monitor window.

    http://www.webdevelopersnotes.com/tu..._database.php3

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    I believe its bfsog not bsFROG...lol and yes you can connect to a mysql database via command prompt. here is an overview on the mysql site http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/mysql.html did you try a google search., you would have found it almost instantly... I did
    Regards Phil,


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    There are also C bindings for the MySQL server; typically I believe they're installed with MySQL.


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