MYSQL_FIELD_OFFSET mysql_field_seek(MYSQL_RES * result,
                                    MYSQL_FIELD_OFFSET offset);


Sets the field cursor to the given offset. The next call to mysql_fetch_field() will retrieve the field definition of the column associated with that offset.

Returns the previous value of the field cursor.

The number of fields can be obtained from mysql_field_count() .

To move the field cursor to the first field offset parameter should be null.

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