Re: So what's null then if it's not nothing?
Date: 23 Nov 2005 07:14:03 -0800
Frank Hamersley wrote:
> JOG wrote:
> > michael_at_preece.net wrote:
> >>"A value of the Boolean data type is either true or false. The truth
> >>value of unknown is sometimes represented by the null value."
> >>Dodgy or what?! It would be better to use a large cumbersome robot
> >>waving its arms about saying "does not compute" than to use null for
> > I for one _really_ hope some database corporate representatives are
> > reading this thread, and take this feature into consideration for their
> > future releases.
> Errr...pardon me for being dense...but exactly what is the "feature" we
> so desperately need?
> Cheers, Frank.
The feature is a large cumbersome robot, waving its arms about saying "does not compute".
British Irony. Does not compute. Received on Wed Nov 23 2005 - 16:14:03 CET