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odbc_gettypeinfo — Displays data type information.


resource odbc_gettypeinfo(conn[, data type]);
resource conn: Connection ID
int data type (optional): Data type


Result identifier or FALSE on error


Displays all information on a supported data type from the ODBC provider. If the optional data type is not specified, all data types are displayed. A number of columns are returned by this function. Using odbc_result_all() to display the results from this function is an excellent way to review the results returned, as well as getting an overview of the supported data types.


Existing since version 4.0


Example 1348. Display all data types

$db = odbc_connect("DSN","user","pass");
$result = odbc_gettypeinfo($db);

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