adding fields to mySOL

Am connecting using the following...
<<CODE SNIPPET>>
$dsn = "DBI:$dbDriver:database=$dbName";
$db_handle = DBI->connect($dsn, $usrName, $dbPassword);
<<END CODE SNIPPET>>

How can I add fields to the db?

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malecCommented:
$dbh = DBI->connect("DBI:mysql:dbname", "usr", $pass) or
    die "unable to connect to the database: $DBI::errstr\n";

$wquery = qq( insert into addresses (name,email,tel) values (?,?,?));
$sth = $dbh->prepare($wquery) or die $dbh->errstr;
      $sth->execute($name,$email,$tel) or die $sth->errstr;

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stephenbladeAuthor Commented:
How do I create the table "addresses"?

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malecCommented:
create table addresses ( id integer not null auto increment, name VARCHAR(64), email VARCHAR(64), tel CHAR(16) );
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stephenbladeAuthor Commented:
So what am I doing wrong? I just want to create the table right now..


$dsn = "DBI:$dbDriver:database=$dbName";

$db_handle = DBI->connect($dsn, $usrName, $dbPassword);

if( $db_handle )
{
print "connected";
create table registrations ( id integer not null auto increment, name VARCHAR(64), email VARCHAR(64), add1 CHAR(64), add2 CHAR(64), add3 CHAR(64), bids CHAR(600));
print "Tables Created";
 } else {
print "Error";
}

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malecCommented:
see code above. 'create table' should be part of a query string that you define before preparing and executing a query.
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