$con = mysqli_connect("localhost", "gbs788db", "pw", "gbs788db"); //This references the database. We store it as a variable only so that we don't have to keep writing it out.
die("Could not connect: " . mysqli_connect_errno());//Kills the connection if an error and uses mysqli_connect_errno () to print a readable message to the screen
/*The error number will pass as a zero if it is successful; otherwise it will include an error number. The "." is a concatenator. */
/*If we made it this far, it means that we successfully connected and made it to the next line. By putting echo, we are including html now!!*/
<h1>It is Tims Fault</h1>
<th>Turn Around Time</th>
$sql = "SELECT * FROM `test2`;";
$result = mysqli_query($con, $sql); //This does what we have been doing in SQL: connecting to the database, and then putting in the query.
while ($row=mysqli_fetch_array($result))//This command just looks at a table row by row.
/*This while loop allows the computer to keep going back in and getting another result*/
<td>' . $row['accession'] . '</td>
<td>' . $row['ordering'] . '</td>
<td>' . $row['test'] . '</td>
<td>' . $row['tat'] . '</td>
<td>' . $row['result'] . '</td>
'; /*This closes out the echo*/