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ibase_fetch_row — Fetches a row of data as an array.


array ibase_fetch_row(result[, flags]);
resource result: Result set handle
int flags (optional): Flags controlling how to fetch certain types of columns


Array containing current record or FALSE


Reads the current row in the InterBase result set and returns an array with each element containing the value of the corresponding field and index being the fields number in result set, starting from 0. Returns FALSE if there are no more rows fetch or error occurred. Also advances the current record pointer in the result set to the next one.


Available in PHP 3 since 3.0.6, PHP 4


Example 542. Retrieve rows from database

$db = ibase_connect('/opt/interbase/examples/employee.gdb') or die("Couldn't connect to database!");
$rs = ibase_query($db, 'select proj_id, proj_desc from projects');
while ($row = ibase_fetch_row($rs)) {
    print $row[0] . "\t";
    print $row[1] . "\n";
// ... and once again, this time fetching proj_desc directly into $row[1] instead of getting it's internal ID
$rs = ibase_query($db, 'select proj_id, proj_desc from projects');
while ($row = ibase_fetch_row($rs, IBASE_TEXT)) {
    print $row[0] . "\t";
    print $row[1] . "\n";

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