Array results problem

Posted on 2011-02-21
Medium Priority
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
This is the way I put my query results in an array

$results[]=$row ;
and this is my query

mysql_select_db($database_Remoteiran79, $Remoteiran79);
$query_rsArticles = "SELECT *, a.id AS id, s.type AS type, a.title AS title FROM rss_articles a LEFT JOIN rss_sources s ON (s.id = source_id)
WHERE  a.type!='trashed' AND (MATCH (a.title) AGAINST ('$keywords' IN BOOLEAN MODE))ORDER BY a.timestamp DESC";
$query_limit_rsArticles = sprintf("%s LIMIT %d, %d", $query_rsArticles, $startRow_rsArticles, $maxRows_rsArticles);
$rsArticles = mysql_query($query_limit_rsArticles, $Remoteiran79) or die(mysql_error());
$row_rsArticles = mysql_fetch_assoc($rsArticles);

When I want to print the array with

print_r ($results[5][keywords]);

I can get the result correctly

but when I try this

print_r ($results[keywords])

it does not return any results at all.  Would you please tell me what is wrong with this?

Thanks a lot
Question by:babak62

Accepted Solution

imaki06 earned 2000 total points
ID: 34949100
$results[5][keyword] does get value of column keyword from row 5.
$results[keyword] tries to get row keyword, which cannot be found.

If you want to get column keyword from each line, then use following syntax:
foreach ($results as &$resrow) {
    print_r ($resrow[keywords]);

Author Closing Comment

ID: 34949189
EXCELLENT Million thanks

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