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Re: Date's "First Great Blunder"

From: Dawn M. Wolthuis <dwolt_at_tincat-group.com>
Date: Wed, 14 Apr 2004 06:51:21 -0500
Message-ID: <c5j8kb$28m$1@news.netins.net>


If I put Date's terminology of "First Great Blunder" in quotes is that better? I've read his treatment and name of this opinion of his in multiple places, so I thought it might be recognizable. Keeping the quotes off just made me smile, so I thought it might make others smile too. Cheers! --dawn

"mAsterdam" <mAsterdam_at_vrijdag.org> wrote in message news:407d025e$0$559$e4fe514c_at_news.xs4all.nl...
> Being the champion at topic-raising comes with a responsability.
>
> I don't like the title. While I don't like object bashing,
> person-bashing is no improvement. So for the next thread:
> Your content deserves better subject lines. Please?
>
> Dawn M. Wolthuis wrote:
> > C. J. Date has written about what he calls "The First Great Blunder"
related
> > to this question: What concept is it in the relational world that is
the
> > counterpart to the concept of object class in the object world?
>
> The complementing question would be: What concept is it in the object
> world that is the counterpart to the concept of relation in the
> relational world?
>
> That is, *if* these two worlds are separable. Are they?
> If they are, are they the only ones or are there more worlds?
>
> Hm... the subject line bothers me more than I thought. But I won't
> s/te/wn/
>
> So only 2 Eurocents for now.
> Later. :-/
>
Received on Wed Apr 14 2004 - 06:51:21 CDT

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