how can you take a size of a function: $len = sizeof($this->query);
and WTF (query is a function, not an array):  $tq = &$this->query[$q_id];

-----Original Message-----
From: Anzak Wolf [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Tuesday, March 26, 2002 9:09 AM
Subject: [PHP] MySQL arrays

I'm trying to do something a little different in my database class I have a 
method to do the query and store it in an array.

function query ($s = "") {
        $q = mysql_query($s,$this->database_connect_id);
        if (!$q) {
                $tools->error(array("Query Resulted in NULL value"));
                return 0;
        $len = sizeof($this->query);
        $this->query = array($len=>&$q);
        return $len;

function num_rows($q_id) {
        // Set temp array to the selected query
        $tq = &$this->query[$q_id];
        $rows = mysql_num_rows($tq);
        return $rows;

When I do a var_dump of the two key vars I get the following

array(1) {
  resource(2) of type (mysql result)
resource(2) of type (Unknown)

Here is the error that happens when I do the mysql_num_rows

<b>Warning</b>:  2 is not a valid MySQL result resource in 
<b>/var/www/includes/database_class.php</b> on line <b>77</b><br>

any ideas as to what I can do to fix this so that I can store query for 
later use?


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