Normal Forms and Data Integrity

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    Tom

  • Tough question for me. :blink:

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  • Danny Ocean (8/22/2013)


    Tough question for me. :blink:

    +1

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  • Wut?

    I just knew this question came from you Tom 🙂

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  • Four Points! Yay!

    I understood this question not at all. but I figured the correct answer had to be number two of five, the one above "this can never happen" which is *never* the right answer.

  • Mark Grout (8/23/2013)


    Four Points! Yay!

    I understood this question not at all. but I figured the correct answer had to be number two of five, the one above "this can never happen" which is *never* the right answer.

    Really tough one, worth of more than 4 Points 😉

  • Had no idea so guessed wrong.

    Steve

  • I see that the final reference in the explanation is screwed up, the closing [/url] at the end is missing. Sorry about that. I guess it doesn't stop people following the link though, just makes it look ugly.

    A couple of typing errors in the explanation, too: "ne" for "be" and "of" for "or". Adjacent key errors, of course. I should check these things more carefully.

    Tom

  • Koen Verbeeck (8/23/2013)


    Wut?

    I just knew this question came from you Tom 🙂

    Well, I have to do something to keep up my reputation as a normalisation pedant.

    Tom

  • Good question, thanks Tom.

  • Are we supposed to work this hard on a Friday? 😛

    It brought back memories from when I was first introduced to normalization. I don't remember learning about EKNF back then. But, a bit of research and I was up to speed (sort of).

    Thanks for the memories.

  • Very tough ....

  • OCTom (8/23/2013)


    Are we supposed to work this hard on a Friday? 😛

    It brought back memories from when I was first introduced to normalization. I don't remember learning about EKNF back then. But, a bit of research and I was up to speed (sort of).

    Thanks for the memories.

    + 1. I couldn't dig deep enough into the memory banks for this one. Great question!



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