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PHP Manual :: TokyoTyrantQuery::valid



TokyoTyrantQuery::setOrder || TokyoTyrantIterator || TokyoTyrantQuery || PHP Manual

(PECL tokyo_tyrant >= 0.1.0)

TokyoTyrantQuery::validChecks the validity of current item

Description

public bool TokyoTyrantQuery::valid ( void )

Checks if the current item is valid. Part of the Iterator interface

Parameters

This function has no parameters.

Return Values

Returns TRUE if the current item is valid and FALSE if not.

Examples

Example #1 TokyoTyrantQuery iterator example

<?php
/* Connect to a table database */
$tt = new TokyoTyrantTable("localhost"1979);

/* Add rows */
$tt->put(null, array("column1" => "some data""column2" => "something here"));
$tt->put(null, array("column1" => "more data""column2" => "best data this far"));
$tt->put(null, array("column1" => "again data""column3" => "foobar here"));
$tt->put(null, array("column45" => "random data""column2" => "something along the lines"));
$tt->put(null, array("column21" => "test data""column2" => "generating.."));
$tt->put(null, array("column1" => "foobar data""column2" => "value here"));

/* Get a new query object */
$query $tt->getQuery();

/* Add a search condition */
$query->addCond("column2"TokyoTyrant::RDBQC_STROR"something");

/* Iterate the results */
foreach ($query as $key => $value) {
    echo 
"pk: $key, columns: "count($value) ,"\n";
}
?>

The above example will output something similar to:

pk: 1, columns: 2
pk: 4, columns: 2

See Also



TokyoTyrantQuery::setOrder || TokyoTyrantIterator || TokyoTyrantQuery || PHP Manual
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