$sql = "INSERT INTO table_name (column1, column2, column3) VALUES ('value1', 'value2', 'value3')"; $db->nonQuery($sql);
$sql = "UPDATE table_name SET column1 = 'new_value' WHERE column2 = 'value_to_replace'"; $db->nonQuery($sql);This code updates the value of column1 in the table_name table where column2 has a certain value. The nonQuery function is then used to execute the SQL statement. These examples are likely using a package library called the "PHP Data Objects (PDO) extension". This extension provides a consistent API for accessing different databases in PHP. The nonQuery function is a part of this extension and is used for executing SQL statements.