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bool sqlanywhere_data_seek( resource result_identifier, int row_num )
This function is deprecated. You should use the following PHP function instead: sasql_data_seek.
Positions the cursor on row row_num on the result_identifier that was opened using sqlanywhere_query.
result_identifier The result resource returned by the sqlanywhere_query function.
row_num An integer that represents the new position of the cursor within the result_identifier. For example, specify 0 to move the cursor to the first row of the result set or 5 to move it to the sixth row. Negative numbers represent rows relative to the end of the result set. For example, -1 moves the cursor to the last row in the result set and -2 moves it to the second-last row.
TRUE on success or FALSE on error.
This example shows how to seek to the sixth record in the result set.
sqlanywhere_data_seek( $result, 5 );
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