At 10:37 PM -0600 3/15/1999, Paul DuBois wrote:
>At 10:24 PM -0600 3/15/1999, Wade Maxfield wrote:
>> If you use mysql_store_result(), you can use mysql_num_rows() and find
>>out no rows were affected.
>> However, if you use mysql_num_rows() before calling mysql_use_result()
>>you get a segmentation fault. This was not mentioned in the documentation
>>as causing a segmentation fault.
>No, but it does say you can't call mysql_num_rows() before calling
[passage from manual deleted]
I forgot to add that, even if you use mysql_store_result(), you can't call
mysql_num_row() *before* calling mysql_store_result(), either. You must
call it afterward.
Paul DuBois, paul@stripped
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