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The SQLDA fields have the following meanings:
|sqldaid||An 8-byte character field that contains the string SQLDA as an identification of the SQLDA structure. This field helps in debugging when you are looking at memory contents.|
|sqldabc||A long integer containing the length of the SQLDA structure.|
|sqln||The number of variable descriptors allocated in the sqlvar array.|
|sqld||The number of variable descriptors that are valid (contain information describing a host variable). This field is set by the DESCRIBE statement and sometimes by the programmer when supplying data to the database server.|
|sqlvar||An array of descriptors of type struct sqlvar, each describing a host variable.|
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