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Take a look at the \IPS\Db Class :)

The most important methods are

	 * Run INSERT statement and return insert ID
	 * @see		<a href='http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/insert.html'>INSERT Syntax</a>
	 * @param	string					$table		Table name
	 * @param	array|\IPS\Db\Select	$set		Values to insert or array of values to set for multiple rows (NB, if providing multiple rows, they MUST all contain the same columns) or a statement to do INSERT INTO SELECT FROM
	 * @param	bool					$odkUpdate	Append an ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE clause to the query.  Similar to the replace() method but updates if a record is found, instead of delete and reinsert.
	 * @see		\IPS\Db::replace()
	 * @return	int
	 * @throws	\IPS\Db\Exception
	public function insert( $table, $set, $odkUpdate=FALSE )
	 * Build SELECT statement
	 * @param	array|string		$columns	The columns (as an array) to select or an expression
	 * @param	array|string		$table		The table to select from. Either (string) table_name or (array) ( name, alias ) or \IPS\Db\Select object
	 * @param	array|string|NULL	$where		WHERE clause (see example)
	 * @param	string|NULL			$order		ORDER BY clause
	 * @param	array|int			$limit		Rows to fetch or array( offset, limit )
	 * @param	string|NULL|array	$group		Column(s) to GROUP BY
	 * @param	array|string|NULL	$having		HAVING clause (same format as WHERE clause)
	 * @param	int					$flags		Bitwise flags
	 *	@li	\IPS\Db::SELECT_MULTIDIMENSIONAL_JOINS	Will return the result as a multidimensional array, with each joined table separately
	 * @return	\IPS\Db\Select
	public function select( $columns=NULL, $table, $where=NULL, $order=NULL, $limit=NULL, $group=NULL, $having=NULL, $flags=0 )


	 * Run UPDATE statement and return number of affected rows
	 * @see		\IPS\Db::build
	 * @see		<a href='http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/update.html'>UPDATE Syntax</a>
	 * @param	string|array	$table		Table Name, or array( Table Name => Identifier )
	 * @param	string|array	$set		Values to set (keys should be the table columns) or pre-formatted SET clause or \IPS\Db\Select object
	 * @param	mixed			$where		WHERE clause (see \IPS\Db::build for details)
	 * @param	array			$joins		Tables to join (see \IPS\Db::build for details)
	 * @param	int|array|null	$limit		LIMIT clause (see \IPS\Db::build for details)
	 * @param	int				$flags		Bitwise flags
	 *	@li	\IPS\Db::IGNORE					Will use IGNORE
	 * @return	int
	 * @throws	\IPS\Db\Exception
	public function update( $table, $set, $where='', $joins=array(), $limit=NULL, $flags=0 )
	 * Run DELETE statement and return number of affected rows
	 * @see		\IPS\Db::build
	 * @see		<a href='http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/delete.html'>DELETE Syntax</a>
	 * @param	string				$table		Table Name
	 * @param	string|array|\IPS\Db\Statement|null	$where		WHERE clause (see \IPS\Db::build for details)
	 * @param	string|null			$order		ORDER BY clause (see \IPS\Db::build for details)
	 * @param	int|array|null		$limit		LIMIT clause (see \IPS\Db::build for details)
	 * @param	string|null			$statementColumn	If \IPS\Db\Statement is passed, this is the name of the column that results are being loaded from
	 * @return	\IPS\Db\Statement
	 * @throws	\IPS\Db\Exception
	public function delete( $table, $where=NULL, $order=NULL, $limit=NULL, $statementColumn=NULL )


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