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array mysqli_result::fetch_assoc ( void ). style procédural. array mysqli_fetch_assoc ( mysqli_result $result ). retourne un tableau associatif qui correspond à la ligne récupérée ou null s'il n'y a plus de ligne. note: les noms des champs retournés par cette fonction sont sensibles à la casse. note: cette fonction définit les 

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array mysqli_result::fetch_assoc ( void ). style procédural. array mysqli_fetch_assoc ( mysqli_result $result ). retourne un tableau associatif qui correspond à la ligne récupérée ou null s'il n'y a plus de ligne. note: les noms des champs retournés par cette fonction sont sensibles à la casse. note: cette fonction définit les 

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mysqli_result::fetch_assoc. mysqli_fetch_assoc. fetch a result row as an associative array. description. object oriented style. array mysqli_result::fetch_assoc();. procedural style. array mysqli_fetch_assoc(mysqli_result result);. returns an associative array that corresponds to the fetched row or null if there are no more 

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mysqli_result::fetch_assoc. mysqli_fetch_assoc. fetch a result row as an associative array. description. object oriented style. array mysqli_result::fetch_assoc();. procedural style. array mysqli_fetch_assoc(mysqli_result result);. returns an associative array that corresponds to the fetched row or null if there are no more 

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<?php $con=mysqli_connect("localhost","my_user","my_password","my_db"); check connection if (mysqli_connect_errno()) { echo "failed to connect to mysql: " . mysqli_connect_error(); } $sql="select lastname,age from persons order by lastname"; $result=mysqli_query($con,$sql); associative array

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you should check this function: php.net/mysqli_num_rows. you can check the number of results by using it like this if (mysqli_num_rows($result)) { .. }.

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while (($row = $result>fetch_assoc()) !== null) { $businessname = $row["businessname"];. when you do this, you're assigning the database result to a local variable called $businessname ; that's not the same as the class's attribute. you need to assign it as: while (($row = $result>fetch_assoc()) !== null) 

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this is how you do this, you're mixing object oriented and procedural: while($row = $result>fetch_assoc()){ returns associative array of fetched row echo '

';  print_r($row);  echo '
'; echo "
$row[username]"; echo "
"; } 

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first off, there is no need to check if $conn is an object, simply use the proper procedure for checking if the connection was successful. if( ! $conn ) { mysql if( $conn>connect_error ) { mysqli try { $conn = new pdo( $dsn, $user, $pass ); } catch( pdoexception $e ) { die( $e>getmessage() ); }. and what is 

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been trying to look this up and just want to be sure this is the exact same thing in terms of outcome and resource usage. right now i do : $data = mysqli_fetch_assoc($select). but i see others doing: $data = $select>fetch_assoc();. is this pretty much the exact same thing, just a preference in coding style?