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From:Paul DuBois Date:February 17 2000 3:46pm
Subject:Re: For the God's sake ! Which is the field containing the useful
data ?
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At 11:56 PM -0800 02-16-2000, Daniel Pope wrote:
>Hello,
>This is a newbie stupid question. I'm using C API in order to access 
>MYSQL server.
>I'am able to query the database and to fetch a singular field 
>(MYSQL_FIELD). But I cannot get the datafrom the field. I mean I was 
>unable to find  a field containing the useful data in the 
>MYSQL_FIELD structure beside generic names such as: name, table, 
>def, length, max_length, flags and decimals !!!!
>WHERE IS STORED THE MEANINGFUL DATA in the MYSQL_FIELD !!
>Thank you for answering me !!!!!

You're probably using mysql_fetch_field(), which returns information
about the result columns, not the data.  Use mysql_fetch_row() to retrieve
the data values.

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Paul DuBois, paul@stripped
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For the God's sake ! Which is the field containing the useful data ?Daniel Pope17 Feb
  • Re: For the God's sake ! Which is the field containing the usefuldata ?Paul DuBois17 Feb