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Re: Why does script have more than one slash(/) inside?

From: Mladen Gogala <>
Date: Fri, 07 Nov 2003 10:59:40 -0800
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Your script contains URL? May be, if you show us the code snippet, we could tell you something that actually makes sense? Not that is normally to be expected from the DBA crowd, but you are welcome to try. Do you feel lucky?

On 11/07/2003 01:39:26 PM, Maryann Atkinson wrote:
> Sorry if I bore you all with my dumb questions, its just that
> the simplest and silliest things appear complex, if we dont know them...
> Often when I learn something, I go : was that all? and they go,
> yes, yes, that was all... Well, let me show you what I mean..
> What does it mean when a .sql script has more than one slashes(/)
> inside it?
> code

Mladen Gogala
Oracle DBA

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