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Re: Designing database tables for performance?

From: paul c <toledobythesea_at_oohay.ac>
Date: Sun, 25 Feb 2007 01:06:48 GMT
Message-ID: <Ii5Eh.1136395$R63.204989@pd7urf1no>


Lemming wrote:
> On Fri, 23 Feb 2007 21:44:35 GMT, Bob Badour
> <bbadour_at_pei.sympatico.ca> wrote:
>
>

>>To exactly what sort of logic does it apply? Predicate logic? First 
>>order? Second order?
>>

>
>
> Sweet Jesus. I've read a few more threads now, and it doesn't get
> much better in here, does it?
>
> I'm outta here; this froup isn't worth my time. But just before I go,
> I'd like to state categorically and for the record that I only have a
> small penis, I can't piss more than a couple of inches, and my dad is
> a wimp.
> ...

If you are old, eg., over the hill, I'd say that is the right decision, if you are younger, certainly less than forty, I'd say stick with it for a while. Forty is not quite a generation younger than me but I would say most average people I know or who have read who approach my generation cannot possibly make sense of this field unless they have followed it since they were in their twenties.

> But before I go, can anyone suggest a froup or site where people talk
> about database theory?

It is clear to me that your thinking hasn't yet fastened on what db theory is, or at least, you aren't yet able to say what you think db theory is. Would you care to tell us what you think it is? Is is market penetration for example?

p Received on Sat Feb 24 2007 - 19:06:48 CST

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