mysql_affected_rows

int mysql_affected_rows([mysql link connection]) 

Reports the number of rows modified by the last MySQL query.

Returns:

Integer; FALSE on error

Description:

mysql_affected_rows() returns a count of the number of rows that were modified by the last MySQL query made using the specified connection . If the connection argument is not set, the last connection opened will be used. If the specified query failed, mysql_affected_rows() returns -1. If an error occurs, FALSE is returned.

mysql_affected_rows() returns the number of rows modified by a query. This means that only queries that actually change a table (such as most DELETE, INSERT, REPLACE, and UPDATE queries) will cause this function to generate a value other than 0. In ...

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