sqlite_array_query() is similar to calling sqlite_query() and then sqlite_fetch_array() for each row of the result set and storing it into an array, as shown in the example below. Calling sqlite_array_query() is significantly faster than using such a script.
Tip: sqlite_array_query() is best suited to queries returning 45 rows or less. If you have more data than that, it is recommended that you write your scripts to use sqlite_unbuffered_query() instead for more optimal performance.
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