ID: 12895
Updated by: cynic
Old Status: Bogus
Status: Open
Old Bug Type: MySQL related
Bug Type: Feature/Change Request
Operating System: Debian 2.2
PHP Version: 4.0.6
New Comment:

assuming you meant you missed nl => null, and the dump should've ended with [2] => 
null instead of [2] => 2, this is a 'feature', and you're not the only one questioning 
this behavior. changing to change request. I hope Zeev notices this, and finally 
allows this change in. :)

Previous Comments:

[2001-08-29 07:48:10] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

ohh sorry, should be mysql_fetch_array, sorry for mistake


[2001-08-28 04:40:10] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

mysql_fetch_row does NOT return an associative array. Use mysql_fetch_array or 
mysql_fetch_assoc instead.


[2001-08-22 09:49:07] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

when i call mysql_fetch_row($result, MYSQL_BOTH) a should got associte array, but 

if there are some fields with NULL only number is shown not name of field

fields in db: id, t1, n1
value 0, 'text', NULL

after mysql_fetch_row($result, MYSQL_BOTH), print_r returns:
Array([0] => 5 [id] => 5 [1] => 'text' [t1] => 'text' [2] => 2)

there is missing n1 => 2


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