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TokyoTyrant::put

(PECL tokyo_tyrant >= 0.1.0)

TokyoTyrant::putPuts values

Description

public TokyoTyrant TokyoTyrant::put ( mixed $keys [, string $value = NULL ] )

Puts a key-value pair into the database or multiple key-value pairs. If keys is string then the second parameter value defines the value. The second parameter is mandatory if keys is a string. If the key exists the value will be replaced with new value.

Parameters

keys

A string key or an array of key-value pairs

value

The value in case a string key is used

Return Values

This method returns a reference to the current object and throws TokyoTyrantException on failure.

Examples

Example #1 TokyoTyrant::put() example

<?php
/* Connect to a database on default port */
$tt = new TokyoTyrant("localhost");

/* Put single key-value pair */
$tt->put("key""value");

/* Put key-value pairs, new value overwrites the old */
$tt->put(array("key1" => "value1""key" => "value2"));

/* Get back one key */
echo $tt->get("key");
?>

The above example will output:

 value2 

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