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Query for last inserted row in SQL database


If column is primary key and integer, then ,

Sqlite : SELECT * FROM table ORDER BY column DESC LIMIT 1;




Last inserted id is : [fmdb lastInsertRowId];

Sqlite3 all functions : 

sqlite3_open: This function is used to create and open a database file. It accepts two parameters, where the first one is the database file name, and the second a handler to the database. If the file does not exist, then it creates it first and then it opens it, otherwise it just opens it.
sqlite3_prepare_v2: The purpose of this function is to get a SQL statement (a query) in string format, and convert it to an executable format recognisable by SQLite3.
sqlite3_step: This function actually executes a SQL statement (query) prepared with the previous function. It can be called just once for executable queries (insert, update, delete), or multiple times when retrieving data. It’s important to have in mind that it can’t be called prior to the sqlite3_preprare_v2 function.
sqlite3_column_count: This method’s name it makes it easy to understand what is about. It returns the total number of columns (fields) a contained in a table.
sqlite3_column_text: This method returns the contents of a column in text format, actually a C string (char *) value. It accepts two parameters: The first one is the query converted (compiled) to a SQLite statement, and the second one is the index of the column.
sqlite3_column_name: It returns the name of a column, and its parameters are the same to the previous function’s.
sqlite3_changes: It actually returns the number of the affected rows, after the execution of a query.
sqlite3_last_insert_rowid: It returns the last inserted row’s ID.
sqlite3_errmsg: It returns the description of a SQLite error.
sqlite3_finalize: It deletes a prepared statement from memory.

sqlite3_close: It closes an open database connection. It should be called after having finished any data exchange with the database, as it releases any reserved system resources.

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