[lug] (OT) postgresql
Kenneth D. Weinert
mc at morat.net
Sun Nov 10 16:16:43 MST 2002
What it means is that you have the field defined as a character
string, not a numerical value.
On Sun, 10 Nov 2002 23:11:46 +0000
"j davis" <davis_compz at hotmail.com> wrote:
> thanks...im a sql newbie...so i tried the max query against my inventory
> it worked...and brought something to my attention...lol
> it appares as if 65 is bigger that 165 to sql so I changed 65 to 00065...now
> its smaller...is this normal.
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