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Illegal string PDO fetch() vs fetchAll()

user471
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user471 Published in July 16, 2018, 8:35 pm

When I try to call fetch() after executing a PDO statement, I get the following warning:

Warning: Illegal string offset

It works perfectly when I use fetchAll(), though.

What's the difference between the two, and how would I use either one?

$allData = $con->prepare("SELECT * FROM users");
$allData->execute();
$result = $allData->fetch();
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