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Anyone familiar with interpolateQuery which is part of EPDOStatement.php?

Anyone familiar with interpolateQuery which is part of EPDOStatement.php?

Anyone familiar with interpolateQuery which is part of EPDOStatement.php?

(OP)
ponder
If so I'm trying to incorporate this class for some debugging purposes and I'm receiving the error
undefined call to undefined method PDOStatement::interpolateQuery() when I try to use it.
I hope that I've followed the instructions correctly and verified that the EPDOStatement.php is located in the correct directory and appears to be included.
So any ideas/suggestions about its definition and use would be GREATLY appreciated.
Thanks

RE: Anyone familiar with interpolateQuery which is part of EPDOStatement.php?

The error says that you have not created, defined or instantiated the object you are trying to access.

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RE: Anyone familiar with interpolateQuery which is part of EPDOStatement.php?

(OP)
Understand. But that would mean that the include/require is not loading the script. My browser debugger shows it as loaded.
So you understand my confusion? I'm figuring that others "may" have wrestled with the same/similar issue when using it.
But thanks for suggesting.

RE: Anyone familiar with interpolateQuery which is part of EPDOStatement.php?

How are you trying to use interpolateQuery() ?

How have you instantiated the PDOStatement Object? How does it relate to the EPDO_Statement class. It would need to be an instance of that class.

It appears your PDOStatement object variable does not have that method, as it is likely not an instance of the EPDO_Statement class in the included file.

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