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sql-types-with-pdo_4d-and-php(3) [php man page]

SQL-TYPES-WITH-PDO_4D-AND-PHP(3)					 1					  SQL-TYPES-WITH-PDO_4D-AND-PHP(3)

SQL types with PDO_4D and PHP - SQL types with PDO_4D and PHP

       Supported SQL types

       +-----------------+--------------------------------------+---+
       |  Type SQL 4D	 |					|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |	      Equivalent 4D		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		   Note 		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       +-----------------+--------------------------------------+---+
       | ALPHA_NUMERIC	 |					|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		   TEXT 		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		T{ VARCHAR		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		   TEXT 		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		 T{ TEXT		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		   TEXT 		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |	       T{ TIMESTAMP		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		   DATE 		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |	       T{ INTERVAL		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		   HOUR 		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |	       T{ DURATION		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		   HOUR 		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		T{ BOOLEAN		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		 BOOLEAN		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		  T{ BIT		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		 BOOLEAN		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		 T{ BYTE		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		  INT32 		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		 T{ INT16		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		 SMALLINT		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |	       T{ SMALLINT		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		 SMALLINT		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		 T{ INT32		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		  INT32 		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		  T{ INT		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		  INT32 		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		 T{ INT64		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		  INT64 		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		T{ NUMERIC		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		  INT64 		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		 T{ REAL		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		   REAL 		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 | Unsupported (use VARCHAR conversion) |   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |     FLOAT	 |					|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		  FLOAT 		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 | Unsupported (use VARCHAR conversion) |   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |DOUBLE PRECISION |					|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		  FLOAT 		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		 T{ BLOB		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		   BLOB 		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 | Must  use  a prepared statement, and |   |
       |		 | PDO::PARAM_LOB			|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |  BIT VARYING	 |					|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		   BLOB 		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 | Must use a prepared	statement,  and |   |
       |		 | PDO::PARAM_LOB			|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |      CLOB	 |					|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		   TEXT 		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		T{ PICTURE		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 |		 PICTURE		|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       |		 | Must  use  a prepared statement, and |   |
       |		 | PDO::PARAM_LOB			|   |
       |		 |					|   |
       +-----------------+--------------------------------------+---+
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o $statement - The SQL statement to prepare and execute. Data inside the query should be properly escaped. RETURN VALUES
PDO.exec(3) returns the number of rows that were modified or deleted by the SQL statement you issued. If no rows were affected, PDO.exec(3) returns 0. Warning This function may return Boolean FALSE, but may also return a non-Boolean value which evaluates to FALSE. Please read the section on Booleans for more information. Use the === operator for testing the return value of this function. The following example incorrectly relies on the return value of PDO.exec(3), wherein a statement that affected 0 rows results in a call to die(3): <?php $db->exec() or die(print_r($db->errorInfo(), true)); ?> EXAMPLES
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