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From: "Robert Bresner" <rbresner at olf dot com>
Subject: Re: don't quite understand
Date: Sep 11 1998 2:21PM

try:
if( $dbh->("ROW_COUNT") == 1 ) ...


pang khong lin wrote:
> 
> hi all, newcomer to SybPerl,
> 
> $dbh->{"AttributeName'} = value;
> 
> don't quite understand the above statement. The attribute name is
> suppose to show the status of the connection, but why it seem as if the
> attribute name is SET to the 'value'? Is the statement suppose to return
> certain value? Let say the :-
> 
> if ($dbh->{"ROW_COUNT") = 1)  {
>    print " add record succeeded";
>    ...
> }
> 
> is the statement valid? Is this the right way to manipulate the
> connection specific attribute ?
> 
> Phew! At least . . . managed to release some of the frustation
> 
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