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Seems like you have several options.

You could:

  • parse the results at the same time by the function
    while (my $rad = $sth->fetchrow_hashref()) { $a_variable = $rad->{'Some_column'}; &DoSomeTreatment($rad); }
  • re-run the query from the function
  • store the results and pass them to the function


      In reply to Re: Passing DBI resultset to function by bfdi533
      in thread Passing DBI resultset to function by DreamT

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