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mailparse_msg_get_part_data(3) [php man page]

MAILPARSE_MSG_GET_PART_DATA(3)						 1					    MAILPARSE_MSG_GET_PART_DATA(3)

mailparse_msg_get_part_data - Returns an associative array of info about the message

SYNOPSIS
array mailparse_msg_get_part_data (resource $mimemail) DESCRIPTION
Warning This function is currently not documented; only its argument list is available. PARAMETERS
o $mimemail - A valid MIME resource. PHP Documentation Group MAILPARSE_MSG_GET_PART_DATA(3)

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INGRES_FETCH_ASSOC(3)							 1						     INGRES_FETCH_ASSOC(3)

ingres_fetch_assoc - Fetch a row of result into an associative array

SYNOPSIS
array ingres_fetch_assoc (resource $result) DESCRIPTION
This function is stores the data fetched from a query executed using ingres_query(3) in an associative array, using the field names as keys. With regard to speed, the function is identical to ingres_fetch_object(3), and almost as quick as ingres_fetch_row(3) (the difference is insignificant). By default, arrays created by ingres_fetch_assoc(3) start from position 1 and not 0 as with other DBMS extensions. The starting position can be adjusted to 0 using the configuration parameter ingres.array_index_start. Note Related Configurations See also the ingres.array_index_start, ingres.fetch_buffer_size and ingres.utf8 directives in Runtime Configuration. PARAMETERS
o $result - The query result identifier RETURN VALUES
Returns an associative array that corresponds to the fetched row, or FALSE if there are no more rows EXAMPLES
Example #1 Fetch a row into an associative array <?php $link = ingres_connect($database, $user, $password); $result = ingres_query($link,"select * from table"); while ($row = ingres_fetch_assoc($result)) { echo $row["user_id"]; // using associative array echo $row["fullname"]; } ?> SEE ALSO
ingres_query(3), ingres_num_fields(3), ingres_field_name(3), ingres_fetch_array(3), ingres_fetch_object(3), ingres_fetch_row(3). PHP Documentation Group INGRES_FETCH_ASSOC(3)

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