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    Senior Member I Brian's Avatar
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    Okay, here's the biggie question - will I need to be able to program in C+/C++ to be able to install and utilise MySQL?

    Or is there a software interface available for setting one up?

    Or is it a case of placing it on your server, and then simply adding a few specific commands to realte it to PHP, etc?

    Holding nose under water - it's deep here.

    Brian

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    If you're on Unix (except for Mac OS X) you need to know how to compile programs to set it up. If you're on Windows then you don't need to know anything about compiling or C++: http://www.turtletips.com/forums/sho...&threadid=4321
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