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How do i write phrase php variables in the SELECT statement.

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How would i write this?

If the country was 'australia' and I wanted the select statement to look like this "SELECT * FROM tbl_australia and so on

How would I write it?

I tried a few examples:

"SELECT * FROM tbl_'$country'
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'SELECT * FROM tbl_'.$country
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"SELECT * FROM tbl_$country"

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