Re: Object-oriented thinking in SQL context?

From: Gene Wirchenko <>
Date: Wed, 10 Jun 2009 16:42:33 -0700
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David BL <> wrote:

>On Jun 11, 12:47 am, Gene Wirchenko <> wrote:
>> David BL <> wrote:


>> >This is clearly intended to mock, and in a nasty way. It is typical of
>> Is it? I read it as "If you start at the beginning, you will
>> find what you are looking for." Sometimes, just getting started can
>> be the biggest hurdle.
>It's the same message, but that's the polite version. Bob's version
>was offensive. It suggested the OP was so dumb he needed to be told
>in detail how to read a book from the beginning.

     When someone has a book, has not started it, and is still asking questions, what is the next thing to do? Start reading the book perhaps?

>> Too many are after the magic incantation. There is no substitute
>> for sitting down and studying.
>Completely agree.

     Which is likely why Bob stated what he did.

>> >BB. Perhaps BB could himself do with some suggestions for reading
>> >material - books with titles like "How to win friends and influence
>> >people".
>> Is your statement intended to mock, and in a nasty way?
>Yes, obviously. I have no problem mocking a bully.

     Well, you are getting rather pugnacious. I suppose I could declare you a bully and then start mocking you. That presupposes that I consider your activity acceptable. I do not.



Gene Wirchenko

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Received on Thu Jun 11 2009 - 01:42:33 CEST

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