unless you cant spare a few milliseconds off of each insert..
i strongly suggest to use autoincrement
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> CC: mysql@stripped
> From: stuttle@stripped
> To: jschwartz@stripped
> Subject: Re: Finding gaps
> Date: Wed, 17 Sep 2008 22:16:52 +0100
> On 17 Sep 2008, at 22:12, Jerry Schwartz wrote:
> > I have records that should be sequentially (not auto-increment)
> > numbered,
> > but there are gaps. Is there any elegant way of finding the gaps?
> Why do they need to be sequential? When this requirement comes up it's
> usually for illogical reasons.
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