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TokyoTyrantTable::putCat

(PECL tokyo_tyrant >= 0.1.0)

TokyoTyrantTable::putCatConcatenates to a row

Description

public void TokyoTyrantTable::putCat ( string $key , array $columns )

This method can be used to add new columns to existing records. Existing keys will be left unmodified but any new columns will be appended to the row. Passing null as key will generate a new row.

Parameters

key

The primary key of the row or NULL

columns

Array of row contents

Return Values

Returns the primary key and throws TokyoTyrantException on error.

Examples

Example #1 TokyoTyrantTable::putCat() example

<?php
/* Connect to a table database */
$tt = new TokyoTyrantTable("localhost"1979);

/* Passing null to put generates a new uid */
$index $tt->put(null, array("column1" => "some data""column2" => "more data"));

/* Get the row back */
var_dump($tt->get($index));

/* Modify an existing row */
$tt->putcat($index, array("column1" => "something new""new_column" => "other data"));

/* Get the row back */
var_dump($tt->get($index));
?>

The above example will output:

array(2) {
  ["column1"]=>
  string(9) "some data"
  ["column2"]=>
  string(9) "more data"
}
array(3) {
  ["column1"]=>
  string(9) "some data"
  ["column2"]=>
  string(9) "more data"
  ["new_column"]=>
  string(10) "other data"
}

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