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Hi all,
I'm doing a project that requires lots of radio-boxes to be used. Just wondering what is the best data-type to save them in using MYSQL so that I can display the results easily and change them in DW as required?
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Derek,

Radio buttons are just another way to enter data.  You can use VARCHAR, INT, ENUM, or whatever the radio values need to be.
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