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PhpDig is a PHP MySQL based
Web Spider & Search Engine.



filepro_fieldname — Gets the name of a field.


string filepro_fieldname(field_number);
integer field_number: Field offset


The name of the specified field; FALSE on error


filepro_fieldname() fetches the name for a given field offset. If the specified field doesn't exist, the function returns FALSE and generates a warning-level error.


PHP Version: 3, 4+


Example 293. Display the names for all fields in a FilePro database

$fp_db = "/usr/local/filepro/db/";

filepro ($fp_db)
    or die ("The '$fp_db' directory does not seem to contain a FilePro database map file.
        Please check the directory path, along with the directory and file permissions.");

for ($offset = 0; $offset < filepro_fieldcount(); $offset ++) {
    echo filepro_fieldname ($offset), " (Offset $offset)<br>";

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