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MYSQL_RES * mysql_store_result(MYSQL * mysql);
Returns a buffered resultset from the last executed query.
mysql_store_result() returns NULL in case an error occured or if the query didn't return data (e.g. when executing an INSERT or UPDATE query.
mysql_field_count() indicates if there will be a result set available.
The memory allocated by mysql_store_result() needs to be released by calling the function mysql_free_result().
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