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sqlite_fetch_column_types

Return an array of column types from a particular table (PHP 5)
array sqlite_fetch_column_types ( string table_name, resource dbhandle [, int result_type] )

Object oriented style (method):

SQLiteDatabase {
  array fetchColumnTypes(string table_name,
                         int result_type);

}

sqlite_fetch_column_types() returns an array of column data types from the specified table_name table.

Parameters

table_name

The table name to query.

dbhandle

The SQLite Database resource; returned from sqlite_open() when used procedurally. This parameter is not required when using the object-oriented method.

result_type

The optional result_type parameter accepts a constant and determines how the returned array will be indexed. Using SQLITE_ASSOC will return only associative indices (named fields) while SQLITE_NUM will return only numerical indices (ordinal field numbers). SQLITE_BOTH will return both associative and numerical indices. SQLITE_ASSOC is the default for this function.

Return Values

Returns an array of column data types; FALSE on error.

The column names returned by SQLITE_ASSOC and SQLITE_BOTH will be case-folded according to the value of the sqlite.assoc_case configuration option.

ChangeLog

VersionDescription
5.1.0Added result_type

Examples

Example 2333. Procedural example

<?php
$db
= sqlite_open('mysqlitedb');
sqlite_query($db, 'CREATE TABLE foo (bar varchar(10), arf text)');
$cols = sqlite_fetch_column_types('foo', $db, SQLITE_ASSOC);

foreach (
$cols as $column => $type) {
   echo
"Column: $column  Type: $type";
}
?>


Example 2334. Object-oriented example

<?php
$db
= new SQLiteDatabase('mysqlitedb');
$db->query('CREATE TABLE foo (bar varchar(10), arf text)');
$cols = $db->fetchColumnTypes('foo', SQLITE_ASSOC);

foreach (
$cols as $column => $type) {
   echo
"Column: $column  Type: $type";
}
?>

The above example will output:

Column: bar  Type: VARCHAR
Column: arf  Type: TEXT