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From:Steve Edberg Date:January 31 2003 1:56am
Subject:Re: MySQL Truncated returns
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I'm 97.5% sure this will turn out to be a HTML form issue. You 
probably echo the field without quotes like this

	<input type="text" name="some_name" value=Tampa Bay />

instead of

	<input type="text" name="some_name" value="Tampa Bay" />


At 11:40 AM -0500 1/30/03, Anna Noel Leavitt wrote:
>  > Hello all-
>>  I am using MySql, php and forms in HTML to update information. When I
>select results from column type VARCHAR, if the information stored
>>  in the column has a space in it (for example, Tampa Bay), it will only
>>  return Tampa (I have the length set at 30 so it is not a length issue).
>>  I tried changing the column type to text to no avail. I
>>  searched the documentation and couldn't figure it out. Can someone
>>  provide some insight for me?
>>  Thanks-
>  > Anna

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Re: MySQL Truncated returnsAnna Noel Leavitt30 Jan
  • Re: MySQL Truncated returnsZak Greant31 Jan
  • RE: MySQL Truncated returnsJennifer Goodie31 Jan
  • Re: MySQL Truncated returnsSteve Edberg31 Jan