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Request #63884 Add fetching methods
Submitted: 2013-01-02 13:04 UTC Modified: 2021-04-07 12:03 UTC
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From: vincent at lycoops dot be Assigned:
Status: Open Package: MySQLi related
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 [2013-01-02 13:04 UTC] vincent at lycoops dot be
I think it'd be great if there were a method like PDO's PDOStatement::fetch($fetch_style) method for mysqli_statement. Passing variables by reference is not always easy, espacially if you don't know how many fields are being selected or if you want to manipulate some fields. 

I (and a lot of people) use PDO only because mysqli is missing this feature, which exists in PDOStatement and mysqli_result.

I think the best way would be the following to be compatible with mysqli_result:
$statement->fetch_array(MYSQLI_ASSOC); (and all the other fetching methods)

Best regards


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 [2021-04-07 12:03 UTC]
Where is the problem with calling $statement->get_result(), and
fetch from the result set?

Ah, I see, this method is only implemented for mysqlnd.
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