As you can see from the examples and scripts in this article, storing files as binary data in a MySQL database isn't too hard to accomplish.
If you're curious about BLOB's, or in need of a script similar to the one described in this article, then feel free to take it and modify it to your hearts content. All of the scripts for this article are available as part of the support material, using the link under the "Support Material" section below.
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