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Storing Redundant Data Is Great!

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Storing redundant data is great - not only can it vastly increase the speed
of certain queries, but it also leaves you with an enjoyably guilty feeling.
Like the one you used to get as a kid when stealing money from your mum's
purse.

Eric

Nov 12 '05 #1
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On Thu, 20 May 2004 13:27:06 +0000 (UTC), "Eric Schittlipz"
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Plus you get the great feeling of being able to charge your clients
more money, since you have to write additional code to keep the
multiple values out of sync. Or better yet, don't write that code!
Then call them after half a year and offer them a solution that
promises to match up the values on one form with those on another
report, etc. They will think you're GOD.

-Tom.

Storing redundant data is great - not only can it vastly increase the speed
of certain queries, but it also leaves you with an enjoyably guilty feeling.
Like the one you used to get as a kid when stealing money from your mum's
purse.

Eric


Nov 12 '05 #2

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"Eric Schittlipz" <er**@schittlipz.com> wrote in message
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Storing redundant data is great - not only can it vastly increase the speed of certain queries, but it also leaves you with an enjoyably guilty feeling. Like the one you used to get as a kid when stealing money from your mum's
purse.

Eric


Later, leaves you with that sad sulky feeling like when you got CAUGHT
stealing money from your mum's purse :~)

(david)
Nov 12 '05 #3

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