sqlsrv_next_result($q); var_dump(sqlsrv_fetch_array($q)); //OK - data as expected - 1st resultset sqlsrv_next_result($q); sqlsrv_next_result($q); var_dump(sqlsrv_fetch_array($q)); // OK - 3rd resultset shows up. Am I doing something wrong here? Or is there a way to fetch the 3 resultsets from a single...
If you want the more detailed output of var_dump(), it’s a bit trickier, but still pretty easy. In a nutshell, since you can only echo the results you have to capture the output buffer with ob_start(), assign it to a variable, and then clean the buffer with ob_end_clean...
sqlsrv_next_result($q);sqlsrv_next_result($q);var_ dump(sqlsrv_fetch_array($q)); //OK - data as expected - 2nd resultsetsqlsrv_next_result($q);var_dump(sqlsrv_fe tch_array($q)); // OK - 3rd resultset shows upSame thing with this combination
var_dump - дамп информации о переменной. Описание. void var_dump (mixed expression [, mixed expression [, ...]]) Эта функция возвращает структурированную информацию об одном или более выражений, которая включает его тип и...
Redirect the output of var_dump() function in a string. We have already learned that var_dump() function is used to display structured information (type and value) about one or more expressions.The function outputs its result directly to the browser.
We would see something like this: Oh, ok, three rows. Now what are the values? We have to click to expand it – ok, let’s do that
If you're like me and uses var_dump whenever you're debugging, you might find these two "wrapper" functions helpful. This one automatically adds the PRE tags around the var_dump output so you get nice formatted arrays. <?php.
XDebug is a great tool for PHP developers which, amnogst other things, is supposed to make var_dumps() easier to read. On a new install of Ubuntu 10.4 though I couldn’t get it to work.
I googled....I just wasn't googling the right terms, apparently. I must have just got lucky. I started off looking for var dump stuff and then i noticed some of the xdebug stuff creeping in and noticed it in your post. then I connected the dots!
[update] Hm, nope DATE_W3C weirdly seems to be more consistent with c than DATE_ISO8601. While either time zone format is actually ok for standard.