http://mail.zope.org/pipermail/zope-dev/1999-September/001414.html

The only auxiliary structure I ever use is names, i.e.
n2i = {}
res = container.foo_zsql()
nms = res.names()
for i in range(len(nms)):
  n2i[nms[i]] = i

Then I can address by name as in
res[i][n2i['column_name']]

jim


> Hello,
> I have a ZSQL Method, which is called by my python
> script.
> However, I am curious as to what type of object is
> returned when that call is made.
> It's some sort of a recordset (or resultset) object
> that behaves like a list...it doesn't seem to be a
> dictionary object though, but I can't find any object
> reference on it.  I tried using rs.keys() but it says
> that method doesn't exist in that class.
> Does anyone have a member function list (object
> reference ) that's associated with this resultset or
> can tell me what kind of object is returned?
> I gave up on google, couldn't find anything on it. 
> 
> Thank you in advance!
> 

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