Re: An object-oriented network DBMS from relational DBMS point of view

From: Cimode <>
Date: 14 Mar 2007 06:04:47 -0700
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On Mar 14, 1:44 pm, "Dmitry Shuklin" <> wrote:
> On 13 อมา, 20:42, "Marshall" <> wrote:
> > This is categorically false. There are no problems that can
> > be solved with pointers that cannot be solved without them.
> This is categorically true.
> All today successfull programming languages have pointers or
> references.
BS. There is no relation between the use of pointers and success of systems.
And what kind of success would that be? Performance? Satisfaction ? How each is measured. This statement is totally baseless as is the rest of your post.

[Snipped crappola from Shuklin]

> > You claim to be doing a
> > comparison of two types of systems but you apparently
> > don't know very much about either one!
> Ha Ha Ha,
The comments made is perfectly sound and raised some fundamental issues you choose to ignore. It is obvious you lack the sufficient education level in a data management to realize the absurdity of your statements. In other words, instead of laughing at Marshall's attempt to guide you, you should be laughing at your utter level of ignorance. Received on Wed Mar 14 2007 - 14:04:47 CET

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