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|From:||Warren Young||Date:||June 28 2005 11:59pm|
|Subject:||Re: field_num("pippo") = ????????|
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Paoletti Vincenzo wrote: > First,the field "pippo" doesn't exist, > the value of result.field_num("pippo") is == result.columns() and the sys doesn't > throw exception I can make field_num throw a BadFieldName exception in this case. But field_num() is mostly an internal-use function, so it should never fail. Perhaps there is a better way to get the information you want from MySQL++ that is safer. Is Row::lookup_by_name() suitable, for instance?
|• field_num("pippo") = ????????||Paoletti Vincenzo||28 Jun|
|• Re: field_num("pippo") = ????????||Warren Young||29 Jun|