> When I use phpMyAdmin to view data, where values are NULL it displays the
> word 'NULL'. Does this mean that the word 'NULL' is actually stored in the
> table, or is it defined by some other character? Is this any different
> an empty value?
> I am using it to check to see whether a value has been entered into a
> and if so what is the value. Will MySql return an empty string or do I
> to trap for 'NULL' as well?
NULL is empty
if you make this statement with php you can test it
if (empty($var)) echo "NULL"; else echo $var;
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