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I would like to store into MySQL BitSet objects. I am able to only use a string to do that :
This string could be verry big comparred to the object itself (more than 5 ko). Is it possible to be more efficient to store this BitSet into MySQL ? One solution is to store the binary string (0010110...), which could have a lower weight than the strSubSet. But I don't kown how to obtaine it .
The second point is that I have to compare the stored BitSet (10000 or more) with one BitSet submited by somebody. What is the best way to say that subBitSet is a subset of the stored BitSet number 10, ex : BitSet : 00010100110 submit : 00010000100
here submit is a subset of BitSet. The way I use is : But that work only with the BitSet which I am not able to store in MySQL.