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[b]Sql()... Can anyone explain this function's usage?[/b]

[b]Sql()... Can anyone explain this function's usage?[/b]

[b]Sql()... Can anyone explain this function's usage?[/b]

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Can anyone help me understand the usage and why the reasoning behind it's true and false return values?

RE: [b]Sql()... Can anyone explain this function's usage?[/b]

Playing with databases, are we?

In general terms, SQL is an acronym for 'Structured Query Language' which is the language used to talk to databases.   More specifically Sql() is a method in the Win32::ODBC module used to pass queries (written in SQL) to an ODBC data source.

$data = $query->Sql("select somefield from someTable");


' hope this helps.




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