int mysql_send_query(MYSQL * mysql,
                     const char * query,
                     unsigned long length);

Returns zero on success, otherwise non-zero.


mysql_send_query() executes a SQL statement without waiting for the result. The main purpose of this function is to perform batch execution of DML statements.

Each successful call to mysql_send_query() must be followed by a call to mysql_read_query_result(). Multiple calls to mysql_send_query() can be made before the calls to mysql_read_query_result() are done.


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