Returns a mixed array with the query result entries, optionally limited to a maximum of max_rows rows. Note that both row and column indexes are zero-based.
Table 1. Mixed result set returned by sesam_fetch_result()
|int $arr["count"]||number of columns in result set (or zero if this was an "immediate" query)|
|int $arr["rows"]||number of rows in result set (between zero and max_rows)|
|bool $arr["truncated"]||TRUE if the number of rows was at least max_rows, FALSE otherwise. Note that even when this is TRUE, the next sesam_fetch_result() call may return zero rows because there are no more result entries.|
|mixed $arr[col][row]||result data for all the fields at row(row) and column(col), (where the integer index row is between 0 and $arr["rows"]-1, and col is between 0 and $arr["count"]-1). Fields may be empty, so you must check for the existence of a field by using the php isset() function. The type of the returned fields depend on the respective SQL type declared for its column (see SESAM overview for the conversions applied). SESAM "multiple fields" are "inlined" and treated like a sequence of columns.|
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