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odbc_num_rows — Displays rows from a query.


int odbc_num_rows(result);
resource result: Result identifier


Rows in a result set or -1 on error


Returns the numbers of rows in a result set. In a SELECT statement, this is the number of rows returned from the query. For UPDATE, INSERT, and DELETE statements, this is the number of affected rows. A lot of ODBC drivers don't know how to handle this function properly and return a result of -1.


Existing since version 3.0.6


Example 1351. Display number of rows

$db = odbc_connect("DSN","user","pass");
$sql = "SELECT * FROM Products";
$result = odbc_exec($db, $sql);
echo odbc_num_rows($result);

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