I'm not sure if this a bug or not. I'll be re-factoring the rest later on and will defiantly be using your input. Bradley for the implode idea. It will both have numeric and string keys. If two or more columns of the result have the same field names, the last column will take precedence.
If two columns of the result have the same column name, even if they are prefixed with different table names in the query, only one of them will be retained in the result. This function return a row where the value will come in the order as they are defined in the query, and the keys will span from 0 to one less than the number of columns selected. Instead, the or extension should be used. It appears that you can't have table. See also guide and for more information. I write blogs in my free time.
Thank you for the help. This result comes from a call to. In response to Sergiu's function - implode would make things a lot easier. Not only do I consider this a poor design choice, but also its a real shame that this is not documented anywhere in the manual -- in fact the manual is not clear on what Attributes are supported by which drivers and which are not so developers are left to play a classic game of guess. Avoid assigning variables you are not going to use.
This is because the prefix is dropped either by mysql or by this function For example if the query is select p1. I'm completely out of my depth and only my intense curiosity is keeping me going. This means if you have identical keys in each row array, then only the last row will be available. I've been working almost non-stop for days and I'm feeling like I'm missing something that should be crazy obvious. Conditional statements should always check for a boolean.
It only returns an associative array. Overall I was not recommended to use it. It's actually pretty confusing behaviour at first. To access the other column s of the same name, you either need to access the result with numeric indices by using or add alias names. Parameters result The result resource that is being evaluated.
So, for the sake of transparency, here's the entirety of database. To access the other column s of the same name, you either need to access the result with numeric indices by using or add alias names. That is, if you are joining to tables with a column called 'name' you will receive only one field called name in the array and it will correspond to the one on the first table. Database got to do look through the whole thing which ever way you put it. I'm suspecting either data isn't getting passed correctly, or I'm trying to retrieve the data incorrectly. When fetching an object, the constructor of the class is called after the fields are populated by default.
. It only returns an associative array. See the example at the description about aliases. Valid only for scrollable cursors. This, as you can imagine, would be rather pointless.
Valid only for scrollable cursors. Then I have another class called Navigation which extends Database, and there I'm creating helper functions to do specific things for the database that holds my navigation links, such as selecting and inserting and so on. Doing it that way, though, I'm reusing code by going through the prepared statements over and over again for each of those. As shown above, if you find yourself looping over information just to create a new array to loop over it again, then chances are you can do whatever you needed to the first time and avoid having that second loop altogether. Please be advised that the resource result that you pass to this function can be thought of as being passed by reference because a resource is simply a pointer to a memory location.
It's most likely simple and I'm just not seeing it, and you can't either due to not having the entire picture. Anyways, now that we are done with that, lets look at the actual problem. This function will return a row as an associative array where the column names will be the keys storing corresponding value. Now create a table with name data. Lets use this database structure for clarification. It adds an additional field called queryString. Something isn't being stored and passed back to my get function? It'll save myself a lot of time and effort, and my stomach from ingesting more coffee than should healthily be consumed, plus everything will work on a universal database level regardless.
Valid only for scrollable cursors. The reason you are getting a numerical array of associative arrays is because that is the way you have it coded. So it doesn't in fact need an alias at all. I did find a roundabout solution, but it just seems complex to my eye and I just don't understand how to implement it in my code. If two or more columns of the result have the same field names, the last column will take precedence. I've created a class called Database where I've got helper functions, such as connect for connecting to the database, and the like.