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sqlany_fetch_next

Returns the next row from the result set. This function first advances the row pointer and then fetches the data at the new row.

Syntax
sqlany_fetch_next ( $stmt )
Parameters
  • $stmt   A statement object that was executed by sqlany_execute or sqlany_execute_direct.

Returns

Returns a scalar value that is 1 on success or 0 on failure.

See also
Example
stmt = api.sqlany_execute_direct( conn, "SELECT * FROM Employees" )
# Fetch the second row
rc = api.sqlany_fetch_next( stmt )
rc, employeeID = api.sqlany_get_column( stmt, 0 )
rc, managerID  = api.sqlany_get_column( stmt, 1 )
rc, surname = api.sqlany_get_column( stmt, 2 )
rc, givenName = api.sqlany_get_column( stmt, 3 )
rc, departmentID = api.sqlany_get_column( stmt, 4 )
print employeeID, ",", managerID, ",",
     surname, ",", givenName, ",", departmentID, "\n"