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ocifetchinto — Fetch a row of result data into an array


int ocifetchinto(stmt, &result[, mode]);
int stmt: Statement handler
array &result:
int mode (optional): mode explanation goes here


Next result array or FALSE on error


Fetches the next row of data from an executed query into an array specified by result .

The behaviour of ocifetchinto() can be modified by specifying different values for mode. By default the result array will only contain values frm columns that do not contain NULL values. This can be modified setting the mode to OCI_RETURN_NULLS. Other available modes are:

OCI_ASSOC Return an associative array
OCI_NUM Return an numbered array starting with one (default)
OCI_RETURN_NULLS Return empty columns
OCI_RETURN_LOBS Return the value of a LOB instead of the descriptor
You can specify more than one flag by simply adding them up (eg OCI_ASSOC+OCI_RETURN_NULLS).


Since versions 3.0.4 and 4.0


Example 858. Get number of rows in a table

if (!$db = @ocinlogon("dev","dev", "ORCL")) {
    $error = ocierror();
    printf("CONNECT error: %s", $error["message"]);
    $sql = "SELECT count (*) FROM phone_numbers";
    ocifetchinto($stmt, $result);
    echo "Number of rows: ".$result[0];

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