The mysql_fetch_array() function returns a row from a recordset as an associative array and/or a numeric array.
This function gets a row from the mysql_query() function and returns an array on success, or FALSE on failure or when there are no more rows.
|data||Required. Specifies which data pointer to use. The data pointer is the result from the mysql_query() function|
|array_type||Optional. Specifies what kind of array to return.
Note: After the data is retrieved, this function moves to the next row in the recordset. Each subsequent call to mysql_fetch_array() returns the next row in the recordset.
Tip: Field names returned by this function are case-sensitive.
The output of the code above could be:
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