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How to get variables from mysql

Discussion in 'Skript' started by XRexor, Mar 6, 2017.

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  1. XRexor

    XRexor New Member

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    Skript Version: 2.2 dev-24b
    Skript Author: bensku
    Minecraft Version: 1.11.2

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    I use mysql to save some variables to display in my website. But how to get the variables value from it?
    But i think skript use BLOB to save it. And i can't figure it how to convert it to string


    Addons using (including versions):
    Umbaska 3.3
    skQuery
    Skellett
    Tuske

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    Have you tried searching the docs? Yes
    Have you tried searching the forums? Yes
    What other methods have you tried to fix it?

    Converting BLOB to String but i can't figure it out
     
    #1 XRexor, Mar 6, 2017
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    We need Code and the MySQL Output to even begin to tell you how to do it.. I mean it could be as simple as converting with PHP..
     
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