so close.... heh ... thanks mate :)
and whether they're to actually be deleted, that depends on the application ... I have a few different where I use it.
At 02:13 03-11-2004, Bastien Koert wrote:
DELETE FROM the_table WHERE `ID` IN(1,2,3,4,5,6) will work just fine. The trick is to be sure that
those records indeed are to be deleted. I prefer to mark the record as deleted for a time before permanent deletion. That way its recoverable should something really bad happen.
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