I found this code in a program I'm renovating and think this is very
redundant. Also, it does slow queries down while doing all of the
prod_id in the mysql database is declared an integer.
where prod_id = '" . (int)$prod_id . "' and
Question: since $prod_is is already an integer, why would someone convert it
into an integer, then convert it into a string to later have mysql convert
it back into an integer?? Could someone shed some light on the intent behind
this weird code??
Robin 'Sparky' Kopetzky
Black Mesa Computers/Internet Service
Grants, NM 87020
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