We’ve seen in previous chapters that we can subsume a great deal of programming functionality and logic into our queries. This is very useful when running queries from the command line in the MySQL Monitor, but what about writing programs that work with MySQL? In order to develop applications that interact effectively with MySQL, we need to know how to submit queries to MySQL from client applications and retrieve the results so that we can use the result data in the program code. This is provided by a MySQL Application Programming Interface (API).
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