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How to return these variables

I would like to create a function like this which works on sql api:

char szName[10];
int nCount;

...
SQLBindCol( hStmt, 1, SQL_C_CHAR, szName, sizeof( szName ), NULL );
SQLBindCol( hStmt, 2, SQL_LONG, &nCount, 0, NULL );
SQLFetch( ... );

The variables szName & nCount is not assigned until SQLFetch() is called.  How is the function able to send this values back to me?  Can someone write a small sample for the two on how it does this.

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eric07
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eric07
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idtCommented:
when you pass the address of the variable, the function can change the values pointed to, and so after the function returns, the values are set.

eg

void main(void) {
    char foo[16];
    x=smackfoo(foo);
    printf(%s",foo);
   }

int smackfoo(char *zoo) {
  int moo=64;
  sprintf(zoo,"yakity %d",moo);
  return 0;
  }



-iDT



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eric07Author Commented:
How would you do a numeric value?  I understand the char but not quite sure about the number.
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SQLBindCol( hStmt, 2, SQL_LONG, &nCount, 0, NULL );
SQLFetch( ... );

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