user3304007 user3304007 - 1 year ago 77
MySQL Question

Mysql add value (concat) at the beginning, not at the end?

Ok so when user like a comment, my script adds user name to comments table, likes row.

$ben = "Rose,";

mysql_query("UPDATE comments set likes = CONCAT(comments.likes,
'".$ben."') WHERE id ='".$id."'") or die(mysql_error());

However, it adds at the end of the list. For example if likes row have these;


after it adds, its


But I want it to add to the beginning, like


How can I do that ?

Answer Source

change arguments order function_concat

mysql_query("UPDATE comments set likes = CONCAT( 
'".$ben."',comments.likes) WHERE id ='".$id."'") or die(mysql_error()); 

With PDO:

use \PDO as PDO;
$PDO = new PDO('mysql:...');
$Stm = $PDO->prepare("UPDATE comments set likes = CONCAT(?,comments.likes) WHERE id =?");
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