PHP/MYSQL - query 2 table columns with single search string

Hi,

My sql table consists of the following columns: house_number (int) and address (text). How can I query the table with a single search string e.g. "13 AnyStreet"? I suspect I should be using the explode function but I'm unsure how to go about it.

Thanks in advance    
sgoldblattAsked:
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almilyoCommented:
select * from table where concat(house_number,' ',AnyStreet)='12 AnyStreet'
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almilyoCommented:
I should point out that I wouldn't be too happy if I saw someone doing this - concatenating fields in this way won't be  particularly fast. If you give me some more info on the context maybe they'll be a better way to do this?
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sgoldblattAuthor Commented:
Yes, that works. Many thanks
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