void mysql_free_result(MYSQL_RES * result);


Frees the memory associated with a result set. Returns void.

You should always free your result set with mysql_free_result() as soon it's not needed anymore

Row values obtained by a prior mysql_fetch_row() call will become invalid after calling mysql_free_result().

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