int odbc_fetch_row(int result_id, int [row_number]);
If odbc_fetch_row() was succesful (there was a row), true is returned. If there are no more rows, false is returned.
odbc_fetch_row() fetches a row of the data that was returned by odbc_do() / odbc_exec(). After odbc_fetch_row() is called, the fields of that row can be accessed with odbc_result().
If row_number is not specified, odbc_fetch_row() will try to fetch the next row in the result set. Calls to odbc_fetch_row() with and without row_number can be mixed.
To step through the result more than once, you can call odbc_fetch_row() with row_number 1, and then continue doing odbc_fetch_row() without row_number to review the result. If a driver doesn't support fetching rows by number, the row_number parameter is ignored.