query syntax and conditions
just curious, about a few things, I am going over my query's
and changing || to OR adding brackets, stuff like that.
I know its best to enclose different conditions from reading up
whether you need too or not, separating "OR, AND" etc, just curious
should I put both in brackets when they exist? or one over another?
also should I always do AND conditions in the beginning no matter what?
or are they ok at the end if using brackets?
also is it good practice to use single quotes like '$var' in query, double or
none at all.
I'm strictly doing query's inside scripts only.
Thanks as always
Too general a question. Depends entirely upon what the WHERE condition is supposed to be testing.
It means the same as
I did notice a weird result now and then but when I went back and
added some brackets, that fixed things. I thought using LIKE let me
have a space before or after a word, without using that %, I really
do not like using them if I can, I will pay more attention and use =
whenever I can thanks
PS "NOT IN" is another thing I need to go back and use now. its
efficient, I like that.
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