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  1. I have a Mysql table where I store prices of a product. I have the values in "varchar" format because I needed to include "decimals" in the prices(for eg. 15.30) and "int" doesn't allow that. Having done that, when ever I filter the products by prices in Ascending or Descending order, they don't show up in proper order. It seems like the decimal in the prices is messing up the order. Is there a way to fix this so that the php query can filter the prices in proper order despite the decimals? Here's the eg of the query. $get_records = $db->prepare("SELECT * FROM records ORDER BY r
  2. I have two tables. Table-1 is Campaigns and Table-2 is Earnings. I simply want to list the Campaigns from high to low earnings or vice versa. But I don't know how to do that since it's two separate tables. Here are the two queries I have. The query shows that the Campaigns will be listed by their campaign_id. I want to be able to order them by their earnings. How do I do that with these two queries? $find_campaign = $db->prepare("SELECT * FROM campaigns WHERE status = :status ORDER BY campaign_id DESC LIMIT 10"); $find_campaign->bindValue(':status', 1); $find_campaign->exec
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