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comment MYSQL - Query to check against other table (hard to explain...)
Sorry, didn't see that. I've edited it to what I think should work instead. Basically, moved the ()s around a little.
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revised MYSQL - Query to check against other table (hard to explain...)
Fixed sql.
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answered MYSQL - Query to check against other table (hard to explain...)
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answered Is it necessary to have selector's name in same case in css and html?
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comment searching content of mysql fields
the downside is that find_in_set() will be pretty slow if it has to parse through a text field looking for ids, a better solution would be to just have multiple rows for each eventid and make invites be an int, each row being one of the values of your current invites field. Then add indexes to both eventid and invites (or inviteid if you rename it, i would, assuming those are ids), a simple select on said table for a particular inviteid will return the correct eventids much faster.
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answered searching content of mysql fields
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answered Can you do an 'AND' on a jQuery selector to target multiple buttons?
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comment mysql multiple index question
I believe the question was more about what is the performance hit of turning on an index for a column that gets lots of inserts or updates not if it would be better to have both columns indexed.
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answered E-Commerce Best Practices: For declined credit cards, how much info is too much?
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comment Let apache handle 404 error when deemed appropriate by PHP?
I see, sorry. Perhaps clarifying more why you want apache to do it, and not using examples of things you can already do from php might help? PHP can produce a proper 404 page, so there is confusion in your request in that way. Wish I could help more, but I know of no way to return the logic back to apache without doing something dumb like header requesting to a url not handled by php.
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answered Let apache handle 404 error when deemed appropriate by PHP?
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comment How to use a PHP includes across multiple directories/sub directories with relative paths
True, but considering he was using relative paths to begin with I'm pretty sure this still answers the question, and with brevity no less.
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answered How to use a PHP includes across multiple directories/sub directories with relative paths
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answered Need a Suggestion for a Good Class to use for Form display and validation (PHP)
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