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mssql_field_seek — Seeks to a specified field offset, starting at 0.


bool mssql_field_seek(result, offset);
int result: Result identifier
int offset: Field offset


TRUE on success; FALSE on failure


Similar to mssql_data_seek() , except that this function moves to the specified field offset. If followed with mssql_fetch_field() , fields will be returned from the field offset. This can be useful when creating an automated output routine from a table, as you can easily avoid showing the identify column - providing that it's the first column returned.


Example 772. Do not display properties for the first column

$db = @mssql_connect("server","sa","password") or die("Unable to connect to server");
$result = mssql_query("SELECT * FROM authors");
print("<table border=1>");
while ($row = mssql_fetch_field($result)) {
    printf("<td>%s</td>", $row->name);

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