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10.2.22 MySQLConnection.get_rows() Method

Syntax:

cnx.get_rows(count=None)

This method retrieves all or remaining rows of a query result set, returning a tuple containing the rows as sequences and the EOF packet information. The count argument can be used to obtain a given number of rows. If count is not specified or is None, all rows are retrieved.

The tuple returned by get_rows() consists of:

  • A list of tuples containing the row data as byte objects, or an empty list when no rows are available.

  • EOF packet information as a dictionary containing status_flag and warning_count.

An InterfaceError is raised when all rows have been retrieved.

MySQLCursor uses the get_rows() method to fetch rows.

Returns a tuple.


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