I NEVER get SQL wrong the first time...... Maybe the 23rd or 24th.

>>> <thomas@inorbit.com> 12/03/01 03:24PM >>>
On Mon, 03 December 2001, rob@dekko.com wrote:

> <SNIP>
> ....since I never get
> OPNQRYF right the first few times anyway.
> Who does?  This is why I like SQL better.

Amen. Who ever heard of anyone getting SQL wrong the first time?

:-)  -- Really, just kidding!

Tom Liotta

>                     "Booth Martin"
>                     <booth@MartinVT.com       To:     
> As a matter of habit I always use the &QRYSLT method, and also write the
> next line after every modification as a "SNDPGMMSG &QRYSLT" .  Even when
> its
> finally right I usually comment the SNDPGMMSG lines instead of deleting
> them
>   Nothing against the debugger, but this is just a habit since I never get
> OPNQRYF right the first few times anyway.

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