Would people please stop counting SQL as a programming language?
It has no if's, else's, for's, or while's. It is a language, like
HTML, but not a programming language.
Anyway, I miss programming in LISP for AutoCAD...
Didn't mean to start a war, but I should'a known better :)
Yes, I'm well aware that extensions
to SQL have 'programming language' features
(hence the PL in PL/SQL), but SQL by itself doesn't. That's what we
have Perl and DBI for :-)
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