The underlying library functions returns a pair of values as a vector of length two. The first number is the number of element offsets for variable size attributes (and always zero for fixed-sized attributes and coordinates). The second is the number of elements in the data buffer. For variable-sized attributes the first number is the number of cells read (and hence the number of offsets), the second number is the number of elements in the data buffer.

## Usage

tiledb_query_result_buffer_elements(query, attr)

## Arguments

query

A TileDB Query object

attr

A character value containing the attribute

## Value

A integer with the number of elements in the results buffer for the given attribute

## Details

As this function was first made available when only a scalar (corresponding to the second result) was returned, we still return that value.