Lukas,

Use varchar instead of char to avoid this issue - that is the behavior 
you should expect regardless of the driver or ODBC use.

Best regards,
Andrew Hill
OpenLink Software

On Thursday, August 29, 2002, at 05:07 AM, Lukas Boldrino wrote:

> i got the problem.
> the odbc driver fills unuses spaces in a row with blanks.
>
> goddamn *g*
>
> cu
> "Lukas Boldrino" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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>> hey guys !
>>
>> Im trying to use a if syntax to compare data and preselect 
>> radiobuttons.
>> I tried it like that:
>>
>> if ($checked == "Patch")
>> $checked6 = "bla";
>>
>> With numbers it works great but with char my $checked6 variable is 
>> empty !
>> I know php is case sensitive and Im sure that problem is not the 
>> "case
>> sensitive"
>> so please help, im using a MS SQL Server 2000 (enterprise edition) 
>> and the
>> odbc driver!
>>
>> thanks guys!
>>
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