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SHould be fine, depending on the version of php - but should be up to date. mysqli been out a while now: v5.0.0 I believe.

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SImple, look at the php.net manual for mysqli_ functions and start using it.

Your php version if >= 5.0.0 will support it.

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dw11 No - PHP not Apache. do a phpinfo() in one of your pages to see what version of php you're running. You should see something like:

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@diafol
thak you for your help i see what you have told me my php version is 5.3.17 i can use mysqli can you suggest any websites from where i can learn how to use mysqli in php
thank you again

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The php.net manual should be your first stop. It pretty much tells you what you need to know. Pritaeas has got an article in 'Code Snippets' too.

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