I kindly disagree. The original post asked "How to use OUT or INOUT
parameters of MySQL's stored procedures in PHP?" by STF.

To quote STF again in a later post "Yes, I've already found that
multi-step way before... I was just wondering if anything got better
since with regard to this. Apparently not."

If you're aware of what developers need to face when dealing with when
trying to get an OUT parameter from a stored procedure, there are
multi-step way workaround which is cumbersome.

My reply is directly offering an alternate way in PHP to solve this
problem faced by the original post.

On 10/10/08, Fergus Gibson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> 2008/10/10 Post-No-Reply TUDBC <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> > By using TUDBC (http://www.tudbc.org), you can call stored procedures
>  > easily.
> Your post was an excellent answer to the question, "How do I call
>  stored procedures easily with TUDBC?"  Unfortunately, that is not what
>  the original poster asked.  In fact, no one has ever asked that
>  question on this list.  Ever.  Posting to the list from a generic
>  "no-reply" address seems pretty rude.
>  But setting aside the irrelevance of your post, the example does not
>  seem "EZ" at all.  In fact, it seems quite a bit more complicated than
>  the comparable code for PDO or mysqli, not to mention both
>  unnecessarily verbose and simultaneously cryptic.
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