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Posted Friday, July 10, 2009 2:57 AM
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"sprocks" ??????

Took me a minute - stored procedures hey, s procs, sprocs, where does the K come from?

I dont need acronym 4756 based on bad spelling - my mind is near overload now!

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The K is there to prevent the soft C pronunciation and conform with the spelling of other words that end with the hard C ending: such as brick, flack, block, etc....
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