I mean double ouch!!! :-) well..
1 no, it's a select for the language (<select name=language) and another to skill level 1b no separator it's stored as array. The array generated by language and skill are stored into another array, serialized and put into DB 2 yes. could be up to 5 2b again, none. only the array structure the field is a text. on 8/26/02 9:58 AM, DL Neil at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: > Rodrigo, > > Inherited problems = ouch! > > Sorry I don't keep old list msgs, perhaps you mentioned this before: does > the language skills field contain: > 1 both the language and the skill-level, eg English - Advanced > 1b what separator is used between the two words? > 2 more than one language/skill-level where applicable, eg English - > Advanced, German - Intro. > 2b what separator is used between language entries? > > What is the database field description in the table schema? > > Please advise, > =dn > > > >> well, I my opinion is not the way to work, but like I said the work was > done >> by other guy, and now I have the problem to solve. So i back to old > question >> :-) >> How can I search with some precision in a serialized string? >> >> >> >> on 8/24/02 12:13 PM, DL Neil at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: >> >>> Rodrigo, >>> >>> Then the question to be asked is: is serialize()ing this data good >>> design/technique, or is there a better way? >>> >>> Regards, >>> =dn >>> >>> >> >> >> -- >> PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) >> To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php >> >> > -- -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php