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odbc_fetch_row — Fetches a row of data.


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


TRUE if a row was returned; FALSE if there are no more rows


Fetches a row of data from the result set that was returned from odbc_exec() . Fetches the next row in the result set unless the row number is specified. odbc_fetch_row() can be used in a loop to traverse a result set. Alternatively, you can specify a row number and then use odbc_fetch_row() without the row number to traverse the result set starting at the specified row.


Existing since version 3.0.6


Example 1339. Display query results

$db = odbc_connect("DSN","user","pass");
$sql = "SELECT ProductName FROM Products";
$result = odbc_exec($db, $sql);
while (odbc_fetch_row($result)) {
   echo odbc_result($result, "ProductName"), "\n";

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