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Should be pretty basic, but I can't get it to work. I have this code to iterate over a mysqli query:

while($row = mysqli_fetch_array($result)) {
    $posts[] = $row['post_id'].$row['post_title'].$row['content'];

It works and returns:

Variable #1: (Array, 3 elements) ? 0 (String): "4testtest" (9 characters) 1 (String): "1Hello world!Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!" (99 characters) 2 (String): "2Sample PageThis is an example page. It's different from a blog post because it will stay in one place and will show up in your site navigation (in most themes)." (161 characters)

The problem is that it puts all three colums into one column, so I can't access them seperatly.

This for example:

0 (String): "4testtest" (9 characters)

Should be seperated into 4, test, test

When I do this:

while($row = mysqli_fetch_array($result)) {             
    $posts['post_id'] = $row['post_id'];
    $posts['post_title'] = $row['post_title'];
    $posts['type'] = $row['type'];
    $posts['author'] = $row['author'];  

It only outputs 1 row instead of all three …

Any help is greatly appreciated!



Get all the values from MySQL:

    $post = array();
    while($row = mysql_fetch_assoc($result))
        $posts[] = $row;

Then, to get each value:

     foreach ($posts as $row) 
            foreach ($row as $element)
                echo $element."<br>";

To echo the values. Or get each element from the $post variable

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Each time when mysqli_fetch_assoc($result) is accessed, the pointer moves to the next record. At last when no records are found, it returns null which breaks the while condition.

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This can be solved by putting a nextLine() call inside the catch block to consume whatever input was causing the exception to be thrown, clearing the input stream and allowing the user to continue trying.

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If you want to read data from a network socket until a character sequence is found, you first need to read the data and then check the data for the escape sequence.

   // read data
} while ( /* data is not escape sequence */ );
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stmt->store_result() can not run before stmt->execute().

$stmtUsers = $conn->prepare("SELECT username, setting1 FROM Users");
if ($stmtUsers->execute() === FALSE) {
    die("Could not execute prepared statement");
} else {
    $stmtUsers->store_result();                // After execute()
    $stmtUsers->bind_result($user, $setting1);
    while ($stmtUsers->fetch()) {
        /* Check if each user has setting 1 disabled */
        if ($setting1 == '0'){
            /* Check if any alerts exist for each user */
            $stmtUsersAlerts = $conn->prepare("SELECT name, filter, email FROM Alerts WHERE user='".$user."' AND type='1'");
            $stmtUsersAlerts->execute();        // This line was missing
            $stmtUsersAlerts->bind_result($name, $filter, $email);
            while ($stmtUsersAlerts->fetch()) {
                /* Send email */
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