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ROW() function constructs a
RECORD object that may be used in an
expression or assigned into a
RECORD type variable.
The following function creates a record value using
delimiter // create function f() returns int as declare r record(a int, b int); begin r = row(1, 2); return r.a + r.b; end // delimiter ;
Here’s an example use of this function:
memsql> select f(); +------+ | f() | +------+ | 3 | +------+
The data types of the
fields of the new
RECORD object created are inferred from the context of
the function or stored procedure. For example, if you assign the value of
a new record created with
ROW() into a record variable, the types of the
fields of the new record will be the same as the types of the fields of
the record variable to which the new record value is assigned. In the
example above, the types of the two fields of the
record created by ROW are inferred to be
int based on the assignment
to the variable
RECORDdata type is an encapsulated group of named fields.
CREATE_ARRAY()is used to create an array object.