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pg_loread — Reads data from a large object.


string pg_loread(fd, length);
int fd: File descriptor
int length: Length


Contents of field


Writes the contents of a large object to a string. The file descriptor, which is obtained from pg_loopen() , must be readable. Data from the large object will be returned until end of output or until the maximum byte length specified by length has been returned.


Example 1048. Read a large object

$db = pg_connect("host=dbserver dbname=db user=dbuser password=dbpasswd") or die ("Unable to connect");
$sql = "SELECT first_name, last_name, details2 FROM employees";
$result = pg_exec($db, $sql);
$rowcount = 0;
while (list($first, $last, $details) = @pg_fetch_array($result, $rowcount)) {
    echo "$first $last";
    $fhandle = pg_loopen($db,$details,"r");
    echo $text;

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