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 * \file lib/srdb1/db_row.h
 * \brief Type that represents a row in a database.
 * This file holds a type that represents a row in a database, some convenience
 * macros and a function for memory managements.
 * \ingroup db1

#ifndef DB1_ROW_H
#define DB1_ROW_H

#include "db_val.h"
#include "db_res.h"

 * Structure holding the result of a query table function.
 * It represents one row in a database table. In other words, the row is an
 * array of db_val_t variables, where each db_val_t variable represents exactly
 * one cell in the table.
typedef struct db_row {
	db_val_t* values;  /**< Columns in the row */
	int n;             /**< Number of columns in the row */
} db_row_t;

/** Return the columns in the row */
#define ROW_VALUES(rw) ((rw)->values)
/** Return the number of colums */
#define ROW_N(rw)      ((rw)->n)

 * Release memory used by a row. This method only frees values that are inside
 * the row if the free flag of the specific value is set. Otherwise this
 * storage must be released when the database specific result free function is
 * called. Only string based values are freed if wanted, null values are skipped.
 * \param _r row that should be released
 * \return zero on success, negative on error
int db_free_row(db_row_t* _r);

 * Allocate memory for row value.
 * \param _res result set
 * \param _row filled row
 * \return zero on success, negative on errors
int db_allocate_row(const db1_res_t* _res, db_row_t* _row);

#endif /* DB1_ROW_H */