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Bug #25548 mysql_fetch_assoc produces wrong data.
Submitted: 2003-09-15 15:58 UTC Modified: 2003-09-16 09:48 UTC
From: lazybrain at rcn dot com Assigned:
Status: Not a bug Package: MySQL related
PHP Version: 4.3.3 OS: freebsd 4.8-RELEASE-p3
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2003-09-15 15:58 UTC] lazybrain at rcn dot com
mysql_fetch_assoc somehow caches results.

Reproduce code:
$results = mysql_query("select id,datein,dateout,rnumber from repairrecords limit 1800,100");

echo "<table align=center><form action=fixdate.php method=post>";

while($tmp = mysql_fetch_assoc($results) ) {

    $tmp[id]    <input type=hidden name=\"cpid$x\" value=\"$tmp[pid]\">
   <input type=hidden name=\"cid$x\" value=\"$tmp[id]\">
    <input type=hidden name=\"crnumber$x\" value=\"$tmp[rnumber]\">
   <td><input type=text name=\"datein$x\" value=\"".$tmp['datein']."\"></td>
   <td><input type=text name=\"dateout$x\" value=\"".$tmp['dateout']."\"> ($tmp[rnumber])</td>


Expected result:
when you change limit in the query from 1800,100 to 1900,100
It gives you the last 100 results.  

HOWEVER, if you do print_r($tmp) inside of the while loop it works.  This does not happen every time.  When it does happen, 
it continues to give the wrong results. Makes no sense to me.


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 [2003-09-16 09:48 UTC]
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