int mysql_real_query(MYSQL * mysql,
                     const char * q,
                     unsigned long);
  • mysql - a mysql handle, which was previously allocated by mysql_init() or mysql_real_connect().
  • query - a string containing the statement to be performed.
  • long - length of the string.


mysql_real_query() is the binary safe function for performing a statement on the database server. Returns zero on success, otherwise non-zero.

Contrary to the mysql_query() function, mysql_real_query is binary safe.

To determine if mysql_real_query returns a result set use the mysql_num_fields() function.

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