Arguments (gearman_result_st)


#include <libgearman/gearman.h>

gearman_result_st *gearman_task_result(gearman_task_st *task)
int64_t gearman_result_integer(const gearman_result_st *self)
bool gearman_result_boolean(const gearman_result_st *self)
gearman_string_t gearman_result_string(const gearman_result_st *self)
gearman_return_t gearman_result_store_string(gearman_result_st *self, gearman_string_t arg)
void gearman_result_store_integer(gearman_result_st *self, int64_t value)
gearman_return_t gearman_result_store_value(gearman_result_st *self, const void *value, size_t size)
size_t gearman_result_size(const gearman_result_st *self)
const char *gearman_result_value(const gearman_result_st *self)
bool gearman_result_is_null(const gearman_result_st *self)

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The gearman_result_st type represents a result set. gearman_aggregator_fn is passed on these types which it uses to create a final result that is returned to the client.

gearman_task_result() returns gearman_result_st from a gearman_task_st.

A gearman_result_st can return the resulting value as either a char pointer, boolean, gearman_string_t, or int64_t.


gearmand(8) libgearman(3) gearman_client_error() or gearman_worker_error()

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