> unset() simply deletes the pointer to the data without releasing the space
> held by the data.
> mysql_free_result() releases the data storage pointed-to by the $result
> pointer.
> This is important because $result could be pointing-to a dataspace
> containing a large number or rows returned by the mysql_query().  You WANT
> to recover this dataspace.

Well, oke, tnx. But if unset() doesn't releas the data-space, what then is
it's functionality?
only voor tests like: if(isset($var)) ;?

And how can i free the data-space from a string or somting like that?
$string="a very long string";
#could i use mysql_free_result($string);



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