Grant Fritchey wrote:
Thom A wrote:
Luis Cazares wrote:
I didn't see the need to add a comment. The other answer is shown as accepted with multiple positive votes. The bad answer has now 2 negative votes (one mine and probably one from Sean).
I've voted the delete the answer, as that seems like a better idea in truth. Think Sean has enough Reputation to do that too, if he does want to.
I downvoted and flagged it. It's noise.
I down voted everything on that post. None of the people involved including the original poster, the two people that posted the answers, the idiot that edited the original and follow up post, or any of the moroffs that upvoted the currently accepted answer realized that you can't do an EXEC on a bloody table name. Typical "brilliant" SO thread.
It would also appear that a couple of us also missed that. 😉
That being said, it might make a nice "ace breaker/RTFQ" question on an interview test. 😀
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