HEADERS READ

The syntax reads the whole headers container.

Practical example

Command:

HEADERS READ

Output:

GET_HEADERS
{
header01, header02, header03, , header05,
header11, header12, , header14, header15, header16
header21, , , , ,
}

Column counts and header counts are not strictly coupled. “#0” indicates that column name is empty.


HEADERS READ[index]

The syntax reads a row from the headers container based on the index parameter.

  • index: The row number in the headers container.

Practical example

Command:

HEADERS READ[1]

Output:

GET_HEADERS
{
header01, header02, header03, , header05
}