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Postgres / laravel Question

Postgres / laravel Question

agoldenbergagoldenberg Member, Provider

Hey All!

I know there are some SQL gurus here and need a small hand with an issue I'm having.

I'm inserting an array into a DB and as part of the array I'd like one value to be concat(value1, value2) but when I insert it using laravel, it gets inserted as a string.

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  • smalletsmallet Member
    edited November 2015

    I don't get it, concat is meant for joining two (primitives, strings, etc) into a single string. The output will always be a string. What are the values you are trying to "join"? Like, 22 + 44 = 2244 (stored in an int)?

    Maybe you can typecast(is that a thing?) that concat output into what you want? Sorry, don't have much PHP experience for any specifics.

  • agoldenbergagoldenberg Member, Provider

    No was looking to join a URL with a column value (ID) figured it out on my own lol!

    Thanked by 1netomx
  • Oh, nice.

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