On 18 Nov 2010, at 1:22pm, Joseph Garry wrote: >> From: itandet...@mvps.org >> Joseph Garry <josephga...@hotmail.com> wrote: >>> I'd like to set up a compiled sqllite (sqlite3_prepare_v2) statement with a >>> query like >>> 'select tabid, col1, col2 from table where tabid in (?)' >>> But how do I bind in the parameter here? An example would be welcome, of >>> course. >> >> You can't do that directly. One way is to create a temp table, like this: >> >> create temp table TabIdList (tabid integer); >> >> Now you can prepare this statement: >> >> select tabid, col1, col2 from myTable where tabid in (select tabid from >> TabIdList); >> >> Populate TabIdList with your list of IDs (you can use a prepared statement >> for this, too, along the lines of "insert into TabIdList(tabid) values (?); >> ").
> That would work, but the thing I'm after here is speed. And I can't imagine > what you're suggesting would be very fast. Am I mistaken? Put an index on the 'tabid' field of myTable and it'll be pretty fast. (PS: I fixed the text order of your reply.) Simon. _______________________________________________ sqlite-users mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://sqlite.org:8080/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/sqlite-users