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15.15.10. Implementing the index_next() Function

The index_next() function is used for index scanning:

int ha_foo::index_next(byte * buf)

The *buf parameter is populated with the row that corresponds to the next matching key value according to the internal cursor set by the storage engine during operations such as index_read() and index_first().


 
 
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