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odbc_fetch_object — Fetches a row of data as an object.


object odbc_fetch_object(result[, row]);
resource result: Result identifier
int row (optional): Row number


Object containing current record or FALSE


Reads the current row in the ODBC result set and returns an object with each element containing the value of the corresponding field and each key containing the field name.


This function is only available if you have compiled PHP with DBMaker support. DBMaker is available from


Existing since version 4.0


Example 1338. Display query results

$db = odbc_connect("simdb","SYSADM","");
$sql = "SELECT * from t1";
$result = odbc_exec($db, $sql);
while ($row = odbc_fetch_object($result)) {
   echo $row->c1, "\n";

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