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    The mysql_fetch_assoc "converts" a row from a table into an associative array.
    The mysql_insert_array "converts" an associative array into a row in a table.

    By : LunLun

    Please see a full working example in the zip file.

    function mysql_insert_array ($my_table, $my_array) {

    // Version 1.1
    // 31.aug..2006 12:41
    // Copyright: you may do whatever you wish (and can ;-) ) with this code

    // Find all the keys from the array $my_array
    $keys = array_keys($my_array);

    // Find the number of the keys
    $keys_number = count($keys);

    // Generate the column name for the $sql query
    $column_names = "(";
    $values = "(";

    for ($i = 0; $i < $keys_number; $i++) {
    $column_name = $keys[$i];

    // We don't add "," after the last one
    if ($i == ($keys_number - 1)) {
    $column_names .= "`$keys[$i]`";
    $values .= "'$my_array[$column_name]'";
    } else {
    $column_names .= "`$keys[$i]`" . ", ";
    $values .= "'$my_array[$column_name]'" . ", ";

    // Proper end the column name and the value
    $column_names .= ")";
    $values .= ")";

    // We compose the query
    $sql = "insert into `$my_table` ";
    $sql .= $column_names;
    $sql .= ' values ';
    $sql .= $values;

    $result = mysql_query($sql);

    if ($result)
    echo "The row was added sucessfully";
    return true;
    echo ("The row was not added<br>The error was" . mysql_error());
    return false;

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