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NET you can start your first project and it will be found in the Add-Ins tab. Q: Why does the format of this query differ from the input? I have this query: SELECT * FROM table WHERE customer_id = {$customer_id} ORDER BY birthday DESC, address DESC, city DESC LIMIT 0, 100 If $customer_id is a number, everything works as expected, but when $customer_id is a string, the result is as if my order by clause were completely ignored: the result is the top 100 results sorted by birthday. Why is this? What's the difference between a number and a string? I'm not even sure if this is a MySQL thing or a PHP thing. Here is some sample code: $customer_id = "4321"; $sql = "SELECT * FROM `table` WHERE customer_id = $customer_id ORDER BY birthday DESC, address DESC, city DESC LIMIT 0, 100"; if ($result = mysqli_query($link, $sql)) { while ($row = mysqli_fetch_assoc($result)) { echo $row['address']. ",". $row['city']. ",". $row['birthday']; } } A: Your query is written as WHERE customer_id = 4321 ORDER BY birthday DESC, So, it will order by the first column of the results. Your $customer_id is converted to the string '4321' and matched to the WHERE condition. You can't use this. To solve this problem, Use an if-else statement or cast your string to an integer like so $customer_id = (int)$customer_id; $customer_id = intval($customer_id); Lymph

 

 

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