MySQL different users
Ok, I'm maintaining a website that has different users. I was wanting to put a table of various values pertaining to each user from a single database. I was wondering how I would code it so that when each user logged in they would see their specific values in a table.
Sounds like a simple, straightforward SQL SELECT query. Are you familiar with writing SQL?
What language are you using to maintain the site?
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I'm really just getting started with SQL and PHP. The primary language of the site is HTML, but I'm adding things that are going to need to be in PHP.
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