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			OoMysql is a collection of classes intended to give easy access to a MySql Database via an OO interface.
			It consits (as of today) of one main class and two sublasses:
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				<li><a href="mysql.class.html">MySql Baseclass</a></li>
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						<li><a href="mysqldb.class.html">MySqldb Subclass</a></li>
						<li><a href="#intro">MySqltable Subclass</a></li>
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			The intention of the whole thing is to build a object orientated framework of classes that allows for easy creation of
			objects, linked transparently to their data in the database. I.E. if you change a datamember of an object, the object itself 
			will take care of the according changes to the database.
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