>>>>> "Christian" == Christian Mack <Mack@stripped> writes:
Christian> What you search for is the SET column type of mysql. In it
Christian> you can store up to 64 different boolean types by name.
Christian> Just read manual section '220.127.116.11 The SET type' and '7.3.9
Christian> String functions' over functions FIND_IN_SET(...) and
>>>>> "Jim" == Jim Faucette <jimf@stripped> writes:
Jim> Have you looked at the bit operators? You could do something like:
Jim> SELECT matrixrow FROM table
Jim> WHERE matrixcolumn & (1 << 11) AND maxtrixcolumn & (1 << 16) =
Jim> 11 is the 12th property and 16 is the 17th property.
Again I realize that I haven't said enough.
Both of these solutions suffer (I think) from being too small scale
for my purposes. I want to have hundreds, or thousands, of these
properties. As well as having tens of thousands of rows in the tables.
Thanks again, and sorry for again not being clear...