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Posted Thursday, May 3, 2012 4:59 AM
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Question should be straight forward and clear and should test concepts.
Tricky wording (database files/data files ) should be avoided , which does not make any sense
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M A Srinivas (5/3/2012)
Question should be straight forward and clear and should test concepts.

And here it is quite clear that the question and answer have a concepy of "default" that has no connection with SQL Server reality.

Tricky wording (database files/data files ) should be avoided , which does not make any sense

I don't think that's tricky wording, it's pretty much standard usage.


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