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Just like getRow(), getAll () accepts an array of placeholder replacements as a second argument and an optional alternate fetch mode as a third argument. The getAll () function always returns an array, but the type of each element in the array is 13 Chapter 1 controlled by the fetch mode. Iterate through the array that getAll () returns to display results: $results= $dbh->getAll('SELECT flavor,price FROM ice_cream'); foreach($results as $row) { print "Flavor: $row[ o], Price: $row[1]
"; } DB: :getOne() Use getOne () when you want the first value from the first or only row returned from a query.

For arrays with both numeric and string keys, use ADODB_FETCH_BOTH. The ADODB_FETCH_BOTH setting creates an array that holds all the keys and values from the numeric array that ADODB_FETCH_NUM creates as well as all the keys and values from the associative array that ADODB - FETCH- ASSOC creates. To access a row in the record set as an object instead of an array, use the FetchObject() method. It returns an object whose properties correspond to each field in the current record set row. The property names are all uppercase.


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