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How do I make it so if there is more than one result, it will display them all?

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I wrote a script, but when searched brings only one set of results. How do I make it so if there is more than one result, it will display them all?

posted Oct 17, 2014 by Vrije Mani Upadhyay

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The only database specific functions are $db->query, $db->select and $db->db (the constructor function). All other functions use standard PHP code only. The other point to note is that the two main functions that return rows of results take an optional argument to specify whether to return the results as an associative array, numerical array or object (which is the default)


    if ( $server == "oracle8" )
        include_once "oracle8/ez_sql.php";
        include_once "mySQL/ez_sql.php";

    $users = $db->get_results("SELECT * FROM users");

    foreach ( $users as $user )
        echo $user->name;

answer Nov 18, 2014 by Rahul Singh
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