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  1. I have created some custom functions like these: function folder_exists($folder){ global $connection; $sql_folder_exists = "SELECT COUNT(`album_id`) FROM `albums` WHERE `folder` = '{$folder}' LIMIT 1"; $folder_exists = mysql_query($sql_folder_exists, $connection) or die(mysql_error()); return (mysql_result($folder_exists, 0) == 1) ? true : false;} function total_users(){global $connection;$sql_total_users = "SELECT COUNT(`user_id`) FROM `users` ";$total_users = mysql_query($sql_total_users,$connection) or die(mysql_error());return mysql_result($total_users, 0);} , but I decided to use the mysqli_* functions instead. My question is which mysqli_ function is used instead if the mysql_result in these cases??? I've searched through the manual and gives these functions mysqli_data_seek() , mysqli_field_seek() and mysqli_fetch_field(), but when i tried them they did not gave me the expected result and obviously ther's no mysqli_result() function.
  2. PHP's manual states that the MySQL extension is deprecated, you can see it on any of the mysql function references as in the following page:http://es.php.net/manual/en/function.mysql-connect.php I think it would be good if W3Schools changed or appended new information to their PHP tutorial about the MySQLi extension since it seems to be the most commonly used alternative. Maybe the object-oriented style might not be good to teach, as object-oriented programming would need to be explained in the tutorials, but MySQLi does have a procedural style as well.
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