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Request #3177 Documentation on limitQuery
Submitted: 2005-01-12 16:12 UTC
From: dannel dot albert at aaronexodus dot com Assigned: danielc
Status: Closed Package: DB
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 [2005-01-12 16:12 UTC] dannel dot albert at aaronexodus dot com
Description: ------------ Hi. I'm new to PEAR::DB and I've been researching it, looking through the documentation to see how it's organized and what I will need to do to switch from ADODB to PEAR::DB. In doing so, I noticed that the documentation on the limitQuery method doesn't point out if the starting row argument is zero-based (i.e. row 0 is first row) or not (i.e. row 1 is first row). Adding that small bit of information to the docs will take any guesswork out of using that method, and make it even easier for people like me who are new to PEAR::DB to switch from another system. Thanks.


 [2005-01-15 03:46 UTC] danielc
Fixed in CVS. Thanks.