Hi. I have a form that has a textarea for email addresses. The user will fill the textarea with multiple email addresses, which will be separated by commas.
Your job will be to insert these email addresses into a database.
One of the form fields will be Name. So, if Jane enters 2 email addresses in the form, I will need to enter Jane's name in the database field named Names.
Jane's email addresses will need to go in the field named EmailAddresses. The email addresses must be entered in the same database record, separated by commas. They must also be able to be retrieved from the database so that I could list them separately. For instance, at some point, I may want to list the Name next to the EmailAddress. So, in Jane's case, it may display:
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I also need to be able to update the records. So, if Jane filled out the form again, you would need to insert the new email address/es into her record. She should only have one record.