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Hi, in perl dbi, how do I find out how many columns
each result record has , and what data type is each column?

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DBIx::Recordset::Metadata without getting into details.
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$sth=$dbh->prepare("your command");
$sth->execute():
$sth->bind_columns(undef,@cols);
print "number of columns: $#cols";
$type_info_all = $dbh->type_info_all;
# see also $dbh->type_info;
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