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From:Olaf Stein Date:January 6 2009 4:47pm
Subject:Re: about tables
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Use the first option (1 table) and index column place

Olaf


On 1/5/09 4:42 PM, "Ahmet DÜLGAR" <dulgar@stripped> wrote:

> 
> hi everyone
> my question is about tables
> i have lots of records
> i want to learn that if i slip my record. are the select run more fast
> for example
> table1
> name surname place
> aaaa bbbbbb   x
> qqqq xxxxxx    x
> asdw sdfjsd    x
> aqq   asdas    y
> aqq   asdas    y
> aqq   asdas    y
> aqq   asdas    y
>  
> my query is selec * from table1 where place=x
> or
> selec * from table1 where place=y
> all the query is this
> but there is too much record
> if i make 2 table and
> i add x records to table1
> and
> the y records to table2
> so i dont use where cause
>  
> is it faster than the first model
>  
> i want to learn this
> my example is simple
> i couldnt chooise which one i should use
> i have 2 different table but column and values are same
> they are different because value is are different
> if i make all in one table
> is it same fast like model one
>  
> please help me
> sorry about my english
>  
> best regards
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about tablesAhmet DÜLGAR5 Jan
  • Re: about tablesOlaf Stein6 Jan