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  1. BACKGROUND: I am in the process of writing a class that will match and update rows in a MySQL data base. The field that contains the values against which a match is to be discovered must be indefinite. The values that it can contain are either 0 or 1 as defined by an ENUM field type. I know both the desired field and value before the matching routine commences. I want the UPDATE routine to set the value of the field to its opposite: 0 => 1 or 1 => 0. CURRENT STATE OF THE CODE: <?php class VeriFirm { private $mysqli_obj; private $username; private $email; priva
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    phpmyadmin

    what exactly is the enum type? what values are ussally stored inside it?
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