I'm pretty new to MySql++ so please forgive me if I've overlooked
something. Here's my problem.
In Section 2.3, "Queries That Return Data: Dynamic Method" of the User
Manual (as on
following is stated:
> The easiest way to retrieve data from MySQL uses a Result object,
> which includes one or more Row objects. Because these classes are
> std::vector-like containers, you can treat the result set as a
> two-dimensional array. For example, you can get the 5th item on the
> 2nd row by simply saying result. You can also access row
> elements by field name, like this: result.lookup_by_name("price").
But as far as I can tell the Result object doesn't even supply an
operator and if I try to use the "result" notation I get a compile
error ("error: no match for 'operator' in 'result').
So, what's the right way? Should I do "result.at(0)" instead?
I'm using MySql++ 2.0.5.