Not sure what you mean here. Have you looked at the mysql manual? The SET syntax limits you to inserting one record at a time, whereas the VALUES syntax allows you to insert multiple records. AFAIK. ... If you have an array, you can often include this into a VALUES SYNTAX sql with little trouble: ... If you have a multidimensional array (multiple records): ... I'm sure there's a more succinct way, but it's getting…
is it possible to use a string array in mysql using the set data type and add a valuse to it, like a list of names?
Yes, As long you can INSERT the data in the database.
Do you have a code that you can show to see what you have?
Kinda like a query to see what you are doing and talking about.