Daniel Brown wrote:
On Tue, Jan 25, 2011 at 17:05, Donovan Brooke<li...@euca.us> wrote:
What is the best PHP practice when using bools with
MySQL? Save 1's and 0's instead of true/false?
You could either do an INT(1) DEFAULT 0 or an ENUM('Y','N') to
make it easier on yourself.
I think the error would still persist using DEFAULT.. because as
mentioned, I don't think MySQL likes:
UPDATE tablename SET vbool=
..which is not great news for me since I'd like to avoid having to redo
all my bool's in PHP (input checking, updates, add's etc.. ;-) ENUM
would require that route as well I guess.
I suppose I could instead place a string value of "0" in the query
statement, if bool false, perhaps?
I'll try that.
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