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sqlite_seek

SQLiteResult->seek

(PHP 5, PECL sqlite >= 1.0.0)

sqlite_seek -- SQLiteResult->seekSeek to a particular row number of a buffered result set

Description

bool sqlite_seek ( resource $result , int $rownum )

Object oriented style (method):

bool SQLiteResult::seek ( int $rownum )

sqlite_seek() seeks to the row given by the parameter rownum.

Parameters

result

The SQLite result resource. This parameter is not required when using the object-oriented method.

Note:

This function cannot be used with unbuffered result handles.

rownum

The ordinal row number to seek to. The row number is zero-based (0 is the first row).

Note:

This function cannot be used with unbuffered result handles.

Return Values

Returns FALSE if the row does not exist, TRUE otherwise.

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mina86 at tlen dot pl
10 years ago
I've encoutered strange problem when using sqlite_seek(). When I tried to move the pointer to the first row (#0) I got the fallowing error message: row 0 out of range. The workaround seems to be use of sqlite_rewind(). One can use the fallowing function instead of the original one:

<?php
function sqlite_data_seek($result, $numrow) {
  if (
$numrow==0) {
    return
sql_rewind($result);
  } else {
    return
sql_seek($result, $numrow);
  }
}
?>
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