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Comment:obect -> object. Closes [cf073c38f2].
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User & Date: stu 2017-05-25 16:10:17
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2017-05-25
16:13 Closed ticket [cf073c38f2]: tdbc::resultset documentation typo plus 7 other changes artifact: 87da399a0b user: stu
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2017-05-26
18:33
rm -f not needed before ${INSTALL_*}. A ghost of past installing. check-in: 43b96d33bb user: stu tags: trunk, tdbc-1-0-5
2017-05-25
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obect -> object. Closes [cf073c38f2]. check-in: da98ff490b user: stu tags: trunk
2017-05-04
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[5f95cdd83c] Avoid trouble when directory does not exist (yet). check-in: ab533463bb user: dgp tags: trunk
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.SH "DESCRIPTION"
.PP
Every database driver for TDBC (Tcl DataBase Connectivity) implements
a \fIresult set\fR object that represents a the results returned from
executing SQL statement in a database. Instances of this object are created 
by executing the \fBexecute\fR object command on a statement object.
.PP
The \fBcolumns\fR obect command returns a list of the names of the columns 
in the result set. The columns will appear in the same order as they appeared
in the SQL statement that performed the database query. If the SQL statement
does not return a set of columns (for instance, if it is an INSERT,
UPDATE, or DELETE statement), the \fBcolumns\fR command will return an empty
list.
.PP
The \fBrowcount\fR object command returns the number of rows in the database






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.SH "DESCRIPTION"
.PP
Every database driver for TDBC (Tcl DataBase Connectivity) implements
a \fIresult set\fR object that represents a the results returned from
executing SQL statement in a database. Instances of this object are created 
by executing the \fBexecute\fR object command on a statement object.
.PP
The \fBcolumns\fR object command returns a list of the names of the columns 
in the result set. The columns will appear in the same order as they appeared
in the SQL statement that performed the database query. If the SQL statement
does not return a set of columns (for instance, if it is an INSERT,
UPDATE, or DELETE statement), the \fBcolumns\fR command will return an empty
list.
.PP
The \fBrowcount\fR object command returns the number of rows in the database