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sybase_data_seek — Moves the internal row pointer in a result set.


bool sybase_data_seek(result, row);
int result: Result identifier
int row: Row number


TRUE on success; FALSE on failure


Moves the result pointer from a query to a specified row number. Returns FALSE if the row number doesn't exist. This is useful for paging through result sets. The offset for the result set starts at 1 for the first row.


From version 3.0


Example 1300. Return 10 records from a query

// return 10 at a time
$max_recs = 10;

// already got 5 records
$current_count = 5;

$db = @sybase_connect("SERVER","DBUSER","DBPASSWD") or die("Unable to connect to server");

$result = sybase_query("SELECT * FROM authors");
sybase_data_seek($result, $current_count);

while ($row = sybase_fetch_array($result)) {
   printf("%s %s<BR>\n", $row["au_fname"], $row["au_lname"]);

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