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MySQL 5.6 Reference Manual  /  Data Types  /  Data Type Overview
User Comments
  Posted by sunny verma on December 16, 2013
By default mysql doesn't support array data type, but we can store it by serializing array.
Here is the tutorial http://99webtools.com/how-to-store-array-mysql.php
  Posted by Ray Paseur on August 20, 2014
Rather than a serialized PHP array, a smarter array representation might be a JSON string
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