Re: Object-relational impedence

From: David Cressey <>
Date: Sun, 09 Mar 2008 12:20:06 GMT
Message-ID: <WBQAj.4905$FG2.3151_at_trndny08>

"paul c" <toledobysea_at_ac.ooyah> wrote in message news:AAMAj.63950$w94.63399_at_pd7urf2no...
> Marshall wrote:
> ...
> > Well, I dunno. "Scope" is a pretty well-established term. I could pick
> > at the anthropomorphism, but I'd just be picking. I'd say it is more
> > usual
> > to say "nested scope" but it's clear enough to me that's what he means
> > with "subscope."
> Well, it's not clear to me what living in a scope could possibly mean,
> except of course for pure mumbo-jumbo.

I disagree. It's clear enough for discussion purposes. A value stored in a variable lives in the scope of that variable, until it's copied (forwarded) to another place. Received on Sun Mar 09 2008 - 13:20:06 CET

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