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From:Paul DuBois Date:February 27 2003 2:43am
Subject:Re: is there a better way to store comments in mysql table?
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At 21:32 -0500 2/26/03, Jianping Zhu wrote:
>I have a guest book which have three fields.
>user name
>email
>comments
>
>I want to mysql to store the information, but commnet maybe very long, is
>there a better way to handle it instead of set a varchar(2000) or more for
>a field comment in the table?

VARCHAR has a maximum length of 2000.  In MySQL 4.1, it will be converted
automatically to TEXT.  But you can use TEXT in any version of MySQL.
Is that suitable for what you want?


>
>Thanks

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