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Back Up and Restore a MySQL Database

If you're storing anything in MySQL databases that you do not want to lose, it is very important to make regular backups of your data to protect it from loss. This tutorial will show you two easy ways to backup and restore the data in your MySQL database. You can also use this process to move your data to a new web server. More...

Tags: MYSQL BACKUP RESTORE ZIP SHELL PHPMYADMIN HOW-TO Hits: 365210 Comments: 3

PHP: Variables

A variable is a holder for a type of data. So, based on its type, a variable can hold numbers, strings, booleans, objects, resources or it can be NULL. In PHP all the variables begin with a dollar sign "$" and the value can be assignes using the "=" operator. This article shows the basic idea on how to use variables in PHP, along with examples, and descriptions of the examples. More...

Javascript: Variables

A variable's purpose is to store information so that it can be used later. A variable is a name, or identifier, that represents some data that you set. This article shows the basic idea on how to use variables in JavaScript, along with examples, and descriptions of the examples. More...

Bike - drop in phpMyAdmin replacement

Pretty often you need to run a couple of queries against your MySQL database on the client's web server. Usually phpMyAdmin does the job well but there are situations when you just need to upload something to the server and open in the borwser, without any configuration steps.

Welcome Bike, lightweight phpMyAdmin replacement. If you already have a CMS installed on the web server (WordPress, Drupal, Joomla), simply upload Bike to CMS's subfolder and open it in the browser.

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Tags: PHP MYSQL PHPMYADMIN Hits: 46941 Comments: 0

SQL: DISTINCT Clause

The Distinct keyword eliminates duplicate rows from the query results. More...

Tags: SQL DISTINCT DUPLICATE ELIMINATION QUERY Hits: 42235 Comments: 3

SQL: HAVING Clause

The Having clause is optional and used in combination with the Group By clause. It is similar to the Where clause, but the Having clause establishes restrictions that determine which records are displayed after they have been grouped. More...

Tags: SQL HAVING QUERY GROUPBY RESTRICT DETERMINE DISPLAY Hits: 41948 Comments: 0

ASP: Variables

Declaring variables in ASP is simple. You don't have to declare if your variable is an integer, string, or object. You just declare it, and it has the potential to be anything. To declare a variable in ASP/VBScript we use the Dim statement. If you wanted to print out the variables, you could use the ASP Response.Write command. Learn more about the rules for declaring and naming variables in ASP/VBScript and use of Option Explicit statement in our article Variables in ASP. More...

SQL: GROUP BY

The Group By clause of the Select statement lets you split up the values in a column as a whole. More...

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Access: Min function

In Access, the Min function returns the minimum of a set of values contained in a select query. More...

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Access: TimeSerial Function

In Access, the TimeSerial function returns the time for a specific hour, minute, and second. More...

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Access: Second Function

In Access, the Second function returns a number between 0 and 59, inclusive, representing the second of the minute of the hour. More...

Access: Minute Function

In Access, the Minute function returns an Integer specifying a whole number between 0 and 59, inclusive, representing the minute of the hour. More...

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