On Monday 14 January 2002 19:06, matt stewart wrote:
> but presumably if i'm doing a SELECT count(*) FROM Designs WHERE Keywords
> LIKE "%sport%"
> followed by a SELECT * FROM Designs WHERE Keywords LIKE "%sport%" LIMIT
> it's still using nearly as much processing time as just returning all the
> designs and just using a get_num_rows and then only using the first 20?
Possibly, I don't know. BUT if query returns 8000 records as opposed to 20,
then it definitely uses up a bit more memory. This may be an issue if you
have loads of such queries happening simultaneously.
Jason Wong -> Gremlins Associates -> www.gremlins.com.hk
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