CSV fwrite needs headers

Hello all.

Need some help. How do I get the headers to be included in the csv this creates:

$data = array();

   $result = mysql_query("SELECT listid,email FROM test");

   $filename = "D:\\sites\\email\\test\\test.csv";
   $file = fopen( $filename, "w" );
   foreach($data as $row)
        fwrite($file, $row['listid']); //we expect column_a to be numeric
        fwrite($file, ','); //comma
        fwrite($file, '"'.$row['email'].'"'); //we expect column_c to be string
        fwrite($file, "\r\n");//end of line;
   fclose( $file );

What is the proper fwrite command for the headers to be included?
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well since you know the field names you could do a simple

        fwrite($file, "'listid','email'\r\n");

of look at mysql_field_name and mysql_num_fields

ask if you need code for this

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