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From:Gavin Towey Date:May 15 2009 12:22am
Subject:Re: MAC address as primary key - BIGINT or CHAR(12)
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"I've run up on the rock of a binary (meaning: indecipherable) field."





SELECT hex(some_binary_field) FROM table;



Solved.


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MAC address as primary key - BIGINT or CHAR(12)Ilia KATZ14 May
  • Re: MAC address as primary key - BIGINT or CHAR(12)Fish Kungfu14 May
    • Re: MAC address as primary key - BIGINT or CHAR(12)kabel14 May
    • RE: MAC address as primary key - BIGINT or CHAR(12)Ilia KATZ14 May
  • RE: MAC address as primary key - BIGINT or CHAR(12)Jerry Schwartz14 May
  • Re: MAC address as primary key - BIGINT or CHAR(12)Thomas Spahni14 May
  • Re: MAC address as primary key - BIGINT or CHAR(12)Jim Lyons14 May
  • RE: MAC address as primary key - BIGINT or CHAR(12)Daevid Vincent14 May
Re: MAC address as primary key - BIGINT or CHAR(12)Pete Wilson14 May
  • Re: MAC address as primary key - BIGINT or CHAR(12)Jim Lyons14 May
Re: MAC address as primary key - BIGINT or CHAR(12)Pete Wilson14 May
RE: MAC address as primary key - BIGINT or CHAR(12)Gavin Towey15 May
Re: MAC address as primary key - BIGINT or CHAR(12)Gavin Towey15 May