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PHP/MySQL-mysql_select_db question

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Hey everyone, I just was wondering, I ran into this problem. I have two databases I need to talk to in one script. So normally you call the mysql_connect(...). Then I get into this problem. Can I still run my SQL queries even though I call the mysql_select_db function twice? Like in the example below?
<?php
//db connected...
mysql_select_db( "fdl_user" );
mysql_select_db( "fdli_user" );

$q = mysql_query( "SELECT * FROM ...." );
?>
will I still be able to talk to both of the databases? Thanks in advance.

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