>I wish the rest of the world saw it that way! But not so...
That's what capitalism does for you -;)
>You may want to look at MySQL's IS_NULL function for retrieving data.
>than that, I don't have any good advice. It seems that if you retrieve a
>NULL from the database and try to assign it to a PHP variable, that
>gets destroyed. AFAIK, yes, you need a bunch of data checks, both putting
>data in and pulling it back out.
Strange, I did a search on is_null in the MySQL manual (ver 3.23.40 .pdf)
and got no nits on is_null. Could you provide example of its use.
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