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Improper whaere clause [message #356902] Mon, 03 November 2008 01:15 Go to next message
kolipaka
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Hi,

Please suggest me what are the improper where clause SQl statements.

Thanks in advance.
Kolipaka
Re: Improper whaere clause [message #356906 is a reply to message #356902] Mon, 03 November 2008 01:40 Go to previous message
Michel Cadot
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imĚpropĚer
–adjective 1. not proper; not strictly belonging, applicable, correct, etc.; erroneous: He drew improper conclusions from the scant evidence.
2. not in accordance with propriety of behavior, manners, etc.: improper conduct at a funeral.
3. unsuitable or inappropriate, as for the purpose or occasion: improper attire for a formal dance.
4. abnormal or irregular: improper functioning of the speech mechanism.


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[Origin: 1535–45; < L improprius. See im-2, proper]

—Related forms
imĚpropĚerĚly, adverb
imĚpropĚerĚness, noun


—Synonyms 1–3. inapplicable, unsuited, unfit. 2. indecorous. Improper, indecent, unbecoming, unseemly are applied to that which is unfitting or not in accordance with propriety. Improper has a wide range, being applied to whatever is not suitable or fitting, and often specifically to what does not conform to the standards of conventional morality: improper diet; improper behavior in church; improper language. Indecent, a strong word, is applied to what is offensively contrary to standards of propriety and esp. of modesty: indecent behavior, literature. Unbecoming is applied to what is esp. unfitting in the person concerned: conduct unbecoming a minister. Unseemly is applied to whatever is unfitting or improper under the circumstances: unseemly mirth.
—Antonyms 1, 3. fitting, suitable. 2. proper.

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Michel
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