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From:Jay Paulson Date:March 24 2006 9:13pm
Subject:Re: Comparing x.x.x.x strings
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Take a look at the MySQL function INET_ATON and it's counterpart (I don't
remember what it's counterpart is but it should be easy to find once you
find INET_ATON).

I know in PHP there is a function that will convert x.x.x.x to an int and
then you just put that int into a field in your database and then use the
INET_ATON function in MySQL to select the ips you want.


That should return TRUE. :)

Hope that helps.

On 3/24/06 2:44 PM, "Lucas Vendramin" <lucas.vendramin@stripped> wrote:

> Hi all.
> I have a problem:
> When I compare two strings in mask (x.x.x.x) the comparation is not true (for
> my question :D)... look:
>  select '' > ''            -> FALSE
> I want this command return TRUE, but it is returning FALSE.
> But, if I put a space first into the smaller string the camparation will
> returns what I want:
>  select '' > ''            -> TRUE
> How can I check it? There is a way to correct my problem? The string is like a
> IP-ADDRESS where is better than, but it is not a
> IPADDRESS column, it is a Version of file (version 3.2.0, version 3.2.1,
> etc...)
> Thanks for all.
Comparing x.x.x.x stringsLucas Vendramin24 Mar
  • Re: Comparing x.x.x.x stringsRhino24 Mar
    • Re: Comparing x.x.x.x stringsPeter Brawley25 Mar
  • Re: Comparing x.x.x.x stringsJay Paulson24 Mar
    • Re: Comparing x.x.x.x stringsLucas Vendramin27 Mar
      • Re: Comparing x.x.x.x stringsJake Peavy27 Mar
  • Re: Comparing x.x.x.x stringsDan Nelson24 Mar