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pg_fieldname — Displays a field name.


string pg_fieldname(result, field);
int result: Result identifier
int field: Field offset


Field name


Displays the name of the field in the database specified by the field offset. Field offset numbering starts at 0.


Example 1035. Display the field name

$db = pg_connect("host=dbserver dbname=db user=dbuser password=dbpasswd");
$result = pg_exec($db,"SELECT * FROM employees");
$field_count = pg_numfields($result);
$rows = pg_numrows($result);
// traverse rows
for ($i=0; $i < $rows; $i++) {
  echo "ROW $i\n";
  // traverse each field
  for ($j=0; $j < $field_count; $j++) {
    $field = pg_fieldname($result,$j);
    printf("   Field %s equals %s\n", $field, pg_result($result,$i,$j));

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