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Is it possible to register a PHP function to act the same in MySQL as in SQLite?

The SQLite createFunction is well documented here, however I cannot find any mysqli function in PHP that does the same thing, any suggestions.

Thanks in advance
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I think that is unlikely.  SQLite is compiled into PHP while the MySQL functions are interfaces to an external server program that could be on another machine somewhere else.
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