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v5:reference:recordset:fields [2015/07/22 19:28]
mnewnham [Usage]
v5:reference:recordset:fields [2018/06/11 10:16] (current)
dregad [Usage] function names starting with lowercase (#426)
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 ====== fields ====== ====== fields ======
 +~~NOTOC~~
 <WRAP right box> <WRAP right box>
     mixed fields(     mixed fields(
           optional int $offset=1           optional int $offset=1
           )           )
-<WRAP>+</WRAP>
 ===== Description ===== ===== Description =====
-The function ''fields()'' returns the value of the column at the specified offset. The offset is always an integer number, beginning at 1. If the offset is negative, or greater than the number of columnsobtained through [[reference:fieldcount|fieldCount()]], the value returned is identical to false (===). If no offset is provided, the value of the first column is returned.+The function ''fields()'' returns the value of the column at the specified offset. The offset is always an integer number, beginning at 1. If the offset is negative, or greater than the number of columns obtained through [[v5:reference:recordset:fieldcount|fieldCount()]], the value returned is identical to false ''===''. If no offset is provided, the value of the first column is returned.
 ====== Usage ===== ====== Usage =====
 <code php> <code php>
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  * DB Connection assumed  * DB Connection assumed
  */  */
-$result = $db->Execute("SELECT * FROM ACT"); +$result = $db->execute("SELECT * FROM ACT"); 
-$r = $result->FetchRow();+$r = $result->fetchRow();
 print $r->fields(1); print $r->fields(1);
 /* /*
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