You all misunderstood my question, please read my replies above...
I'm looking to extract it from a string - *I'm not executing the queries, I
only get them as a string*
And to the topic:
Since everything I found was very complicated to parse, I've crafted my own
]+)\s+(WHERE[\s]+(.+)|)\s*(|ORDER BY ([a-z0-9,
(Assuming this is a SELECT string, and the subject is something similar to:
* FROM table WHERE field2='field3' LIMIT 0,10
(Yes, no SELECT - I've got another function to determine whether its select,
insert, update, delete from - etc, and it returns to query without the name
of the command - "SELECT field FROM table" => "field FROM table")
(Without using joins or things like that)
But I don't have much experience crafting patterns like that - or working
with them so I'd be glad if you think of a better way of doing it,
and.... problem is since I'm using sub-brackets, its hard to process it
since if there is WHERE and a LIMIT, then LIMIT (...) will be on $result[$n]
But if there is no WHERE, then LIMIT (...) will be on $result[$n - 2];
How should I overcome this problem?
2009/8/21 Daevid Vincent <dae...@daevid.com>
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Nisse Engström [mailto:news.nospam.0ixbt...@luden.se]
> > If you're using MySQL, you can try mysql_field_name()
> > and see if it gets you anywhere. I don't think it works
> > on empty results though.
> FYI. It will.
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