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- mysql_fetch_array result type error
- Karl Groves
March 22, 2007, 4:31 pm
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optional result type constant, like so
mysql_fetch_array($result, $rtype) where, obviously, $rtype is one of the
three valid values for the result type. This throws an error:
"mysql_fetch_array() [function.mysql-fetch-array]: The result type should
be either MYSQL_NUM, MYSQL_ASSOC or MYSQL_BOTH."
I'm not quite sure what the issue here is, other than that I'm replacing a
constant with a variable. I'm looking for a solution that will allow me to
(variably) be able to dictate this value.
Re: mysql_fetch_array result type error
I assume your variable $rtype contains string of the constants.
"MYSQL_NUM, MYSQL_ASSOC or MYSQL_BOTH" are CONSTANTS.
As such, $rtype need to contains the value of the constants.
ie. assign $rtype = MYSQL_NUM *NOT* $rtype = 'MYSQL_NUM'
(Note the quote)