When you use that approach, you actually make the precompiler generate</Javier>
twice the call to the fetch with a different set of variables, different
from the ones it created for the initial fetch. Not that is a bad thing,
but only a waste of resources. Of course the speed of execution is so fast
that it may not be a performance issue.
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