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how to Get Data from database to array

P: 104
Hi All
Could any one help me on this code PLZ ..
i make function to get data from database then
set data in array then return the array value

This is the Code:

function gtusersdata(){
$gtdata=mysql_query("select id,username,password from usersinformation");
return $userdata;

This is calling function:


i want to show user data that have id=1

echo $userdata[1][username]."<br>".$userdata[1][password];

This Code Is not working
If You please i want to know WHY ??

i know that i can pass the user id to function and use

where id='userid';

but i want to return all users data not only one user

Abdo Elmas®y
Feb 10 '07 #1
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You have hardcoded
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  1. echo $userdata[1][username]."<br>".$userdata[1][password];
But how do you know that $userdata[1] exists?

The assignment statement [php]$userdata=array($cdata[0]=>array(username=>$cdata[1],password=>$cdata[2]));[/php] refills the $userdata array each time a new row is fetched. So when you have 3 rows in your table, only $userdata[3] exists and $userdata[1] is nowhere to be found!

The way to store all your rows in an array without losing anything is to [php]

$idx = $cdata[0];

Ronald :cool:
Feb 11 '07 #2

P: 104
Thank You Man
Ya Thats I Realy Need

Feb 12 '07 #3

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