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I need a full-boned solution for persistent data in php. It needs to store string, int, float, array, object, null and boolean permanently. Any ideas?
 
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Wow does it make that much sense to use JSON?

Like can I use it for large scale databasing?
 
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Size doesen't matter as that is a string. If you can't store huge value without json, you can't store huge value with json and you should check your settings. JSON is nothing else than a way to keep all in a "one size fits all" manner.

You have asked for a "persistent" way (whatever you mean by that) to store murltiple types. JSON would be my recomendation. Otherwise you may write yourself a PHP Class to handle all that data for you.
 
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Yea I got to thinking about it and I was better off just using mariadb or basically a database, but you know databasing is, correct me if I'm wrong, completely factorized at the point of JSON. I have another post about a universal programming language, it has only the aforementioned types.

Any ideas?
 

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