PHP : MySQL INSERT Statement

The MySQL INSERT INTO statement is used to insert new records in a database table.


The INSERT INTO command is used to insert data in MySQL table. Following is the syntax:
INSERT INTO table_name ( field1, field2,...fieldN )VALUES ( value1, value2,...valueN );

To insert string data types, it is required to keep all the values into single or double quotes.


  • First we will create a database server connection using mysqli_connect (See detail in previous chapter).
  • We can insert new records in table using above INSERT INTO command/statement.
  • After query, mysqli_close() can be used to close the connection.
 * Create Database Connection
$database_server = 'localhost';
$database_username = 'root';
$database_password = '';
$database_name = 'student';
// Create connection using mysqli_connect()
$conn = mysqli_connect($database_server, $database_username, $database_password, $database_name);
// If $conn is false, connection is failed
if (!$conn ) {
  die("Failed to connect to MySQL: " . mysqli_connect_error());
echo "Database Connected Successfully. <br />";
 * Insert data into Table
// Mysql query to insert record into table
$mysql_query_statement = "INSERT INTO users (name, mobile, email)
	VALUES ('Ram', '9898989898', ''),
	('Sanjay', '9898969696', ''),
	('Pankit', '9898979797', '')";
$result = $conn->query($mysql_query_statement);
if ($result === TRUE) {
	echo "Records inserted successfully.";
else {
	echo "Error inserting records: " . $conn->error;
//Connection Close	

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