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Re^4: Question re SQL::Abstract (or something similar, whose existence I ignore!)

by blazar (Canon)
on May 19, 2006 at 14:47 UTC ( #550503=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^3: Question re SQL::Abstract (or something similar, whose existence I ignore!)
in thread Question re SQL::Abstract (or something similar, whose existence I ignore!)

This is certainly an interesting approach. "Philosophically" of the same breed as mine, IMHO, but somewhat cleaner.

Of course I would rather prefer to be able to do something just as simple as

$rf->execute(@_) or $caller->complain("Error executing this and that.");

where obviously I may not really be using all of the (unprocessed) @_, but more realistically a list prepared from @_.

my %default_bind = ( age => 23, height => 75, birthday => undef ); my @key_order = qw( age height birthday );

Nice concept! Except that having to explicitly specify (some) keys in two places is again inelegant and error-prone. I would rather adopt some automatized mechanism along the same lines. Thanks for the input, anyway! It gave me an idea about the direction in which to proceed.

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