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I would agree that this is not a good idea. Even if the language you're using defines what should happen in this situation (I don't know if PHP does; that's a question for StackOverflow) most people who see code like this would still have to look up whether or not it's defined behavior before they could have any confidence in it. If the list of desired ...
You should NEVER keep those things in DB. There are other places where you can store the information. Pulling data from DB is expensive and much better solution would be to store it as XML or even separate class and including that object into other classes. Then you would only need to change the code on one place AND you would avoid torturing your DB.
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