MySQL can connect to a MySQL database given a data source string identifier.
MySQL can execute SQL SELECT queries and return the results as arrays with a single result set column, single result set row, all rows and columns in a result set, or an individual value from the first column and row of the result set.
The number of rows in a result set can also be returned and multiple queries can be executed in a single call.
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