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So I just got a new job, and they all use MySQL and I've been trying to get used to it, but I still get some random errors here and there. Most I can fix quickly, but this one I really don't get: "linting is disabled for this query because it exceeds the maximum length PHPmyadmin". What does this mean? How do I fix it?
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Linting is a term for a program to analyze code for potential errors. This just means the query can't be validated but IIRC you can still run it (?)
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