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From: Steve Wechsler <smw at alumni dot binghamton dot edu>
Subject: RE: return status in last ct_fetch
Date: Feb 12 2004 3:40AM

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  []On > Behalf Of Michael Peppler > >
  > What's the simplest way to get around retrieving the return status in
  > > ct_fetch? > > (pseudo code...) > > while(ct_results($restype) ==
  CS_SUCCEED) { > while(@data = ct_fetch()) { > next if $restype ==
  CS_STATUS_RESULT; > ... process @data here... > } > } [...] 

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