Re: What is a database?
Date: Tue, 4 Mar 2014 21:27:39 +0000
On 2014-03-03, Derek Asirvadem <derek.asirvadem_at_gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Saturday, 1 March 2014 09:13:28 UTC+11, Eric wrote:
>>> On 2014-02-28, Derek Asirvadem <derek.asirvadem_at_gmail.com> wrote:
>> You are obviously not interested in a rational discussion,
> Thus far, you cannot read, let alone understand the RM, so *discussion*
> is not possible.
> I have already explained: at this point it is educational, a one way
> street; *discussion*, is a two-way street; discussion requires a common
> understanding, and there is a huge gap on your side.
Your arrogance is beyond belief. I asked a question in this newsgroup, not because I lacked an answer, but because I wanted to see what variation of answers the people here came up with. You provided an answer, I asked a question about it, and you have given me no answer, merely an ever-increasing pile of nonsense as I tried to ask clarifying questions. I did not want or need your form of "education", merely to understand what you meant. At this point I do not believe that you understand what you mean. Or perhaps you merely like winding people up.
It is not even amusing any more!
> -- because you want a definition for a database, and Dr E F Codd wrote the
> RM, which is the standard
This from someone that said yes, databases did exist before Codd.
> Hence, you want me to explain the RM to you.
An assumption you made up out of nothing.
> I will give you one last chance.
I am pleased if it is truly the last, as then I will be saved the trouble of refusing it again.
>> Actually I think, and thought before I saw this post, God help your
> Stop lying. You have no belief in God, you do not pray. Only fully
> capable humans with Ordered minds have that.
Thankfully, someone else has dealt with this one.
>> I wonder if I know any of them.
> None of my customers live on your paper route, chipmunk.
Since you appear to be based in a city where I spent some years living and working, and working in IT, the probability that I might know some is noticeably above zero.
> Try to maintain focus. If and when you take the next incremental step,
> I will supply the next increment.
You will supply nothing. You have nothing of use to supply. Received on Tue Mar 04 2014 - 22:27:39 CET