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DevShed:
Utilizing the LIMIT Clause with the Active Record Pattern
March 31, 2009 @ 12:58:35

DevShed continues their series on the Active Record pattern in PHP with this new article implementing the LIMIT statement on your abstraction class.

In its current version, it'll be able to accomplish only a few basic database operations tasks. Therefore, this fifth article of the series will be focused on enabling the class to fetch database rows by using the LIMIT clause.

They add the LIMIT clause as a part of its own function and its own SQL statement. You define the number of rows to fetch, the table to fetch it from and the offset to start from. The SQL is passed off to their fetchRow statement and the results are returned in an array.

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