Datatype help

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  1. John Joe

    John Joe

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    There are some datatype written as 9(6) and 9(8,2). What are they actually mean ? It is same like INT(6) and DECIMAL(8,2) ?
     
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    Can't help man all I can say its a wiring error of file error like
    C:windows/user/mars/files/profiles/test_1
    but if it was wrong it look like
    C:windows/user/files
    because it try's to take a short cut but can't what so ever
     
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    Don't know what you talking about
     
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