pg_fetch_result() returns the value of a particular row and field (column) in a PostgreSQL result resource.
This function used to be called pg_result().
Row number in result to fetch. Rows are numbered from 0 upwards. If omitted, next row is fetched.
A string representing the name of the field (column) to fetch, otherwise and int representing the field number to fetch. Fields are numbered from 0 upwards.
Boolean is returned as "t" or "f". All
other types, including arrays are returned as strings formatted
in the same default PostgreSQL manner that you would see in the
psql program. Database
values are returned as
FALSE is returned if row exceeds the number
of rows in the set, or on any other error.
$db = pg_connect("dbname=users user=me") || die();
$res = pg_query($db, "SELECT 1 UNION ALL SELECT 2");
$val = pg_fetch_result($res, 1, 0);
echo "First field in the second row is: ", $val, "\n";
The above example will output:
First field in the second row is: 2