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ocifreestatement — Free all resources associated with a statement


int ocifreestatement(stmt);
int stmt: Statement handler


TRUE on success, FALSE on error.


Free all resources associated with a statement. This can be used if there a large queries being performed within a script. Normally this script is not necessaey as statement resources a freed when the current script terminates.


Since versions 3.0.5 and 4.0


Example 862. Free a statement identifier

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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