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    Hello Readers if you want to update mulitple record by multiple id, then you have to use in clause in MySql

    Lets see the example as below:-

    $ids    = array(474,25, 99,101);
    

    Here I have an array $ids with multiple id's. Now this array will be inserted into mysql query.

    $params = implode(",", array_fill(0, count($ids), "?"));
    $sql    = "UPDATE MyTable SET LastUpdated = GETDATE() WHERE id IN ($params)";
    $stmt   = $mysqli->prepare($sql);
    
    call_user_func_array(array($stmt, 'bindparams'), $ids);
    $stmt->execute();
    $stmt->close();
    echo "Updated record IDs: " . implode("," $ids) ."\n";
    

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