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Binds variables to a prepared statement for result storage


maxdb_stmt_bind_result

maxdb_stmt::bind_result

(PECL maxdb >= 1.0)

maxdb_stmt_bind_result -- maxdb_stmt::bind_resultBinds variables to a prepared statement for result storage

Description

Procedural style

bool maxdb_stmt_bind_result ( resource $stmt , mixed &$var1 [, mixed &$... ] )

Object oriented style

bool maxdb_stmt::bind_result ( mixed &$var1 [, mixed &$... ] )

maxdb_stmt_bind_result() is used to associate (bind) columns in the result set to variables. When maxdb_stmt_fetch() is called to fetch data, the MaxDB client/server protocol places the data for the bound columns into the specified variables var1, ....

Note:

Note that all columns must be bound prior to calling maxdb_stmt_fetch(). Depending on column types bound variables can silently change to the corresponding PHP type.

A column can be bound or rebound at any time, even after a result set has been partially retrieved. The new binding takes effect the next time maxdb_stmt_fetch() is called.

Return Values

Returns TRUE on success or FALSE on failure.

Examples

Example #1 Object oriented style

<?php
$maxdb 
= new maxdb("localhost""MONA""RED""DEMODB");

if (
maxdb_connect_errno()) {
   
printf("Connect failed: %s\n"maxdb_connect_error());
   exit();
}

/* prepare statement */
if ($stmt $maxdb->prepare("SELECT zip, name FROM hotel.city ORDER BY name")) {
   
$stmt->execute();

   
/* bind variables to prepared statement */
   
$stmt->bind_result($col1$col2);

   
/* fetch values */
   
while ($stmt->fetch()) {
       
printf("%s %s\n"$col1$col2);
   }

   
/* close statement */
   
$stmt->close();
}
/* close connection */
$maxdb->close();

?>

Example #2 Procedural style

<?php
$link 
maxdb_connect("localhost""MONA""RED""DEMODB");

/* check connection */
if (!$link) {
   
printf("Connect failed: %s\n"maxdb_connect_error());
   exit();
}

/* prepare statement */
if ($stmt maxdb_prepare($link"SELECT zip, name FROM hotel.city ORDER BY name")) {
   
maxdb_stmt_execute($stmt);

   
/* bind variables to prepared statement */
   
maxdb_stmt_bind_result($stmt$col1$col2);

   
/* fetch values */
   
while (maxdb_stmt_fetch($stmt)) {
       
printf("%s %s\n"$col1$col2);
   }

   
/* close statement */
   
maxdb_stmt_close($stmt);
}

/* close connection */
maxdb_close($link);
?>

The above example will output something similar to:

 12203 Albany 60601 Chicago 60615 Chicago 45211 Cincinnati 33575 Clearwater 75243 Dallas 32018 Daytona Beach 33441 Deerfield Beach 48226 Detroit 90029 Hollywood 92714 Irvine 90804 Long Beach 11788 Long Island 90018 Los Angeles 70112 New Orleans 10019 New York 10580 New York 92262 Palm Springs 97213 Portland 60018 Rosemont 95054 Santa Clara 20903 Silver Spring 20005 Washington 20019 Washington 20037 Washington 

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