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INT Datatype Storage
Posted by: joe mayo ()
Date: July 10, 2006 09:56AM

I created a table using INT and I was expecting to see INT(10) in the database but the column is actually INT(11). What is the extra byte and does this still only require 4 bytes of storage?

Thanks in advance.


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INT Datatype Storage joe mayo 07/10/2006 09:56AM
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