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Top Forums Programming String array iteration causing segfault Post 302847753 by Corona688 on Tuesday 27th of August 2013 04:50:13 PM
Old 08-27-2013
That means you cannot store an empty string in your array though -- it will be the same as NULL, i.e. first character holding a zero.
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MONGOCURSOR.INFO(3)							 1						       MONGOCURSOR.INFO(3)

MongoCursor::info - Gets information about the cursor's creation and iteration

public array MongoCursor::info (void ) DESCRIPTION
This can be called before or after the cursor has started iterating. PARAMETERS
This function has no parameters. RETURN VALUES
Returns the namespace, batch size, limit, skip, flags, query, and projected fields for this cursor. If the cursor has started iterating, additional information about iteration and the connection will be included. CHANGELOG
+--------+---------------------------------------------------+ |Version | | | | | | | Description | | | | +--------+---------------------------------------------------+ | 1.1.0 | | | | | | | Added a number of other fields, including id | | | (the cursor id), at (the driver's counter of | | | which document is current), numReturned (the num- | | | ber returned by the server in the current batch), | | | and server (which server the query was sent to-- | | | useful in conjunction with "Read Preferences". | | | | |1.0.10 | | | | | | | Added started_iterating field, a boolean indi- | | | cating if cursor is pre- or post-query. | | | | +--------+---------------------------------------------------+ EXAMPLES
Example #1 example <?php $m = new MongoClient(); $cursor = $m->test->foo->find(array("x" => 4), array("y" => 0)); echo "Before iteration started: "; var_dump($cursor->info()); echo " After iteration started: "; $cursor->rewind(); var_dump($cursor->info()); ?> The above example will output something similar to: Before iteration started: array(8) { ["ns"]=> string(8) "" ["limit"]=> int(0) ["batchSize"]=> int(0) ["skip"]=> int(0) ["flags"]=> int(0) ["query"]=> array(1) { ["x"]=> int(4) } ["fields"]=> array(1) { ["y"]=> int(0) } ["started_iterating"]=> bool(false) } After iteration started: array(15) { ["ns"]=> string(8) "" ["limit"]=> int(0) ["batchSize"]=> int(0) ["skip"]=> int(0) ["flags"]=> int(0) ["query"]=> array(1) { ["x"]=> int(4) } ["fields"]=> array(1) { ["y"]=> int(0) } ["started_iterating"]=> bool(true) ["id"]=> int(0) ["at"]=> int(0) ["numReturned"]=> int(1) ["server"]=> string(25) "localhost:27017;-;.;26450" ["host"]=> string(9) "localhost" ["port"]=> int(27017) ["connection_type_desc"]=> string(10) "STANDALONE" } SEE ALSO
MongoCursorInterface::info. PHP Documentation Group MONGOCURSOR.INFO(3)

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