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Re: Ambiguous column names in subselects - how resolve?

From: Brian Tkatch <N/A>
Date: Tue, 18 Sep 2007 13:44:28 -0400
Message-ID: <ii30f39i87ogt1l535duct00uu6uhe93rc@4ax.com>


On Tue, 18 Sep 2007 08:58:31 -0700, DA Morgan <damorgan_at_psoug.org> wrote:

>Brian Tkatch wrote:
>> On Mon, 17 Sep 2007 16:03:29 -0700, DA Morgan <damorgan_at_psoug.org>
>> wrote:
>>
>>> Brian Tkatch wrote:
>>>> On Mon, 17 Sep 2007 21:08:04 +0200, "Shakespeare" <whatsin_at_xs4all.nl>
>>>> wrote:
>>>> <SNIP on topic stuff>
>>>>> As said by others: using * in a query is a bad idea. Using * to *shout* in
>>>>> your post is even worse..... if you expect serious answers.
>>>>>
>>>>> Shakespeare
>>>>>
>>>> *ahem*
>>>>
>>>> "Netiquette Guidelines" <URL:http://rfc.net/fyi0028.html> in section
>>>> "2.1.1 For mail:", paragraph 17:
>>>>
>>>> - Use symbols for emphasis. That *is* what I meant. Use
>>>> underscores for underlining. _War and Peace_ is my favorite
>>>> book.
>>>>
>>>> It's paragraph 16 that decries SHOUTING:
>>>>
>>>> - Use mixed case. UPPER CASE LOOKS AS IF YOU'RE SHOUTING.
>>>>
>>>> So, using asterisks to shout is abnormal, to the point where noone
>>>> would care anyway. Using it for emphasis, is recommended. But who am i
>>>> to tell the bard... :)
>>>>
>>>> B.
>>> One aspect of communication that must be accepted is that when you are
>>> in your parent's house ... you follow your parent's rules.
>>>
>>> When in c.d.o.misc you observe the group's standards. When in alt.test.
>>> you don't.
>>
>> And here i thought i gave the "standard" answer.... :)
>>
>> B.
>
>Not sure you didn't. I just wanted to point out that in most usenet
>groups spamming is permitted by the charter. In this one it is not.
>Each group is a community unto itself with its own standards.

Spamming? Perhaps i missed the point here. I thought we were talking about emphasis via asterisks.

B. Received on Tue Sep 18 2007 - 12:44:28 CDT

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