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ibase_field_infoGet information about a field


ibase_field_info(resource $result, int $field_number): array

Returns an array with information about a field after a select query has been run.

Bağımsız Değişkenler


An InterBase result identifier.


Field offset.

Dönen Değerler

Returns an array with the following keys: name, alias, relation, length and type.


Örnek 1 ibase_field_info() example

ibase_query("SELECT * FROM tablename");
$coln ibase_num_fields($rs);
for (
$i 0$i $coln$i++) {
$col_info ibase_field_info($rs$i);
"name: "$col_info['name']. "\n";
"alias: "$col_info['alias']. "\n";
"relation: "$col_info['relation']. "\n";
"length: "$col_info['length']. "\n";
"type: "$col_info['type']. "\n";

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User Contributed Notes 2 notes

tiago at econtabil dot com
13 years ago
In Firebird 1.5 this function INT64 returned to the fields created as floating point numbers. In Firebird 2.x this function returns as NUMERIC (SIZE, PRECISION). Example: NUMERIC (18,2)

In Brazilian Portuguese:
No Firebird 1.5 esta função retornava INT64 para os campos criados como numéricos com ponto flutuante. No Firebird 2.x esta função retorna como NUMERIC(TAMANHO, PRECISAO). Exemplo: NUMERIC(18,2)
tiago at econtabil dot com
16 years ago
$db = ibase_connect($host,$username,$password, "None", 0, 3 ) or die ('Error trying connect to Database!');

$select = "SELECT * from TABLE";   
$sql = ibase_query($db,$select) or die($select);

$total_fields= ibase_num_fields($sql);

for ($j = 1; $j <= $total_fields; $j++)
    $info_field = ibase_field_info($sql, $j-1 );
    print("Name: " . $info_campo[1]); // print the field name
    print("Type:". $info_campo[4]); //print the field type
    print("Size: " . $info_campo[3]); // print the field size
This function does not return the type from the fields as we are accustomed in interbase.
Example: Fields VARCHAR are returns as VARYING. Fields of the type CHAR return TEXT.

Tested in Firebird 1.5 Super Server.
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