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28.7.7.25 mysql_free_result()

void mysql_free_result(MYSQL_RES *result)

Description
Note

mysql_free_result() is a synchronous function. Its asynchronous counterpart is mysql_free_result_nonblocking(), for use by applications that require asynchronous communication with the server. See Section 28.7.12, “C API Asynchronous Interface”.

mysql_free_result() frees the memory allocated for a result set by mysql_store_result(), mysql_use_result(), mysql_list_dbs(), and so forth. When you are done with a result set, you must free the memory it uses by calling mysql_free_result().

Do not attempt to access a result set after freeing it.

Return Values

None.

Errors

None.


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