Welcome to Part 3 of the series on MySQL Functions. In case you haven’t read Part 1 – Date and Time Functions or Part 2 – String Functions, the purpose of this series is to introduce some of the useful functions available in MySQL, so you can make better use of them in your web applications, cutting down the amount of PHP (or other language) code you need to write. Be sure to Subscribe to our RSS Feed or Follow us on Twitter to receive updates for the rest of the series.

MySQL Has Functions (Part 3)

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