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From:Daniel da Veiga Date:April 25 2006 2:29pm
Subject:Re: Error wiht VB 5 and MySQL
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On 4/24/06, Gabriel Mahiques <mahiques@stripped> wrote:
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> but, when the fields are float type, this error don't happen. When the
> fileds are float the result is the correct (if I have 1.2569 in the
> table, in the application I see "1.2569".)

Ok, so, I didn't quite understand. Let me see, you can see 1.2569
correctly, but can't see 1,2569 (note the comma instead of the dot).
Isn't this a problem with your app? I believe MySQL is returning the
correct values, your app is just showing them incorrectly, check your
language manual about WHY the "????" appears and the causes for it.

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Error wiht VB 5 and MySQLGabriel Mahiques24 Apr
  • Re: Error wiht VB 5 and MySQLDaniel da Veiga24 Apr
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      • Re: Error wiht VB 5 and MySQLDaniel da Veiga25 Apr