On 05 March 2004 09:38, Torsten Lange wrote:

> Hello,
> I receive an array from an OCIFetchStatement() and want to
> address its
> elements by indices, which fails. The original select has two columns.
> How do I have to visualize that array? I want to load it into an
> <option> list.  I tried also some examples with
> while(list...), but it
> can not work until I don't know the structure.

If your column names are, say, ID and NAME, then the array looks like this:

Array ('ID' => Array ('id1', 'id2', 'id3', ...),
       'NAME' => Array ('name1', 'name2', 'name3', ...)

So the rows of your query result are:

    $arr['ID'][0], $arr['NAME'][0]
    $arr['ID'][1], $arr['NAME'][1]
    $arr['ID'][2], $arr['NAME'][2]
    ... etc. ...




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