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  • Nice question... now as we approach the end of the week will Friday's

    QOD be another tough one ?

    If everything seems to be going well, you have obviously overlooked something.

    Ron

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  • Very good question to test the basics.

    M&M

  • This should be a "basics" question but is not necessarily easy.

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  • Aaaggghhh... should have got thiis right, but answered too quickly.

    Roll on Monday's question.

  • I've enjoyed these questions this week. For me, they're the perfect sort, as they are (generally) fairly easy to research and therefore learn something from.

    I prefer these to the more convoluted questions that I don't have time to spend answering. That is to say, I have enough complexity in my job that I don't see the need for any more.

  • Nice question!!!

  • Ron, I thought it was Friday?

    Steve is developing a talent for putting a bit of a twist into the seemingly simpler questions!

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  • Nice question

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    Gobikannan

  • The word 'Always' should have made me think twice, but alas I only thought once.

  • Cliff Jones (1/13/2012)


    The word 'Always' should have made me think twice, but alas I only thought once.

    That is the key word that made me rethink.

    Jason...AKA CirqueDeSQLeil
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  • nice way to round out a crazy week in the office - cheers!

  • SQLRNNR (1/13/2012)


    Cliff Jones (1/13/2012)


    The word 'Always' should have made me think twice, but alas I only thought once.

    That is the key word that made me rethink.

    +1

  • Went with the standard, nothing is "always" until proven otherwise.

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