Fernando Castillo Aparicio wrote:
I think you are just looking for the key in the wrong place. Try:

foreach ( $records as $record ) { foreach( $record as $column=>$value ) {
        echo "$column is $value\n";

You've got the columns names in each record, not in the global recorset.

print_r($record); often helps - you can see what is actually returned and check that you have names rather than numbers for the fields ;)

print_r($records); becomes a little large if you have a lot of results so use with care :)

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