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Re: query that Bob is descendant of Alice

From: Robert Vazan <robova_at_nextra.sk>
Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2001 22:56:46 GMT
Message-ID: <3ae4af72.9673488@news.nextra.sk>

nmm1_at_cus.cam.ac.uk (Nick Maclaren) wrote:
>More seriously, the question of whether A can call B is insoluble in
>general. For languages without the concept of a function address
>variable (e.g. Fortran 77 and not C), it is trivial to produce a
>generally useful bound. Whether SQL is the way to analyse such data
>is beyond my knowledge ....

Trivial? T-r-i-v-i-a-l ? Can you please, please, send it to NG? Maybe you are not talking about solution, only bound. But then, practical?

Btw, I deal with function pointers another way (by ignoring them :-).

/Robert Received on Mon Apr 23 2001 - 17:56:46 CDT

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