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Storing MAC address in a database

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What is the best way to store a MAC address in a database.
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A MAC address is a binary value. You could store these using a binary data
type (binary or varbinary) or store the hex string notation in a character
datatype (char or varchar). One advantage of a binary data type is lower
space requirements and an advantage of a character data type is that it's a
bit easier to display by application programs.
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Many thanks for the quick response........
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