Using a result

Updated: May 06, 2022
A result is a block of memory containing a description of each cell and the cell's data. There are several API functions for accessing the result data:
Function Name Use
qdb_columns() Returns the number of columns
qdb_rows() Returns the number of rows; an empty result returns 0
qdb_cell_type() Returns the type of data in a cell
qdb_column_name() Gets the column name from the database schema
qdb_cell() Returns the cell data as a void* pointer that can be cast to the correct type
qdb_column_index() Gets the column number that matches the passed-in name
qdb_cell_length() Returns the length of a cell's data
qdb_printmsg() Prints the contents of a result, which can be useful for debugging