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edward potter edwardpotter at gmail.com
Wed Feb 1 21:41:55 EST 2006


c'mon all!  We can do it!  A perl programmer is going to make
mince&meat out of us php coders. They'll say "we can do it in one
line".

Lets get clever?  hmmmmmm  :-)

On 2/1/06, Daniel Krook <krook at us.ibm.com> wrote:
> Rahmin,
>
> > I don't particularly mind performing logic on the
> > recordset after the fact,
> > but I would rather put the processing weight on the SQL
> > side (more out of
> > principle than anything else).
>
> I agree with you here, something seems clunky about getting a large result
> set out of the database, then filtering afterwards in the code.   It would
> seem to waste a lot of bandwidth particularly if the database is on a
> different machine.
>
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