bikini. I like to leave something to the imagination.
Scott proved NOTHING. Scott was joking. Except that,I think you'll find he did a fantastic job of disproving your conclusion.
it was not Scott who was supposed to disprove my
I am reading this post since it was initially posted,Then, why you are wasting your time? Personally, I would be very happy to see this thread closed since I know all what I wanted to know posting my initial question.
but I didn't involved before because I think it is
non-sense and wasting time.
Albert, seriously, you are trying to make a hole inNo, you are wrong. For me, from my point of view, this thread is finished. Don't ask and I will not be responding.
the water here.
Have you ever read the official documentation?The documentation I already read is pretty enough to deal with the point of the thread.
Read the documentation first and learn the rules, if
you like them play the game, otherwise find another
product that matches your criteria.
At the end of the day, we are all working to satisfyI'm also working the whole day (8:00 AM - 5:00 PM or even more).
... they don't really care how OracleWhy are they asking then?
treats nulls and empty strings.
No, I really wasn't joking. You asked for a proof, and since it was so simple I provided one.Scott, please, don't make me laugh. Admit once again that you are serious. If so, all I can do is to repeat this once again:
The point is that the law of the excluded middle does not apply to 3-value logic precisely
because the specification of NULL allows for the creation of propositions which are neither
true nor false. Rather they are "unknown".
Scott proved NOTHING.Re: Treatment of zero-length strings as NULLs?
As long as we're repeating ourselves around here,No Scott, that's NOT how math works. That's how a half-breed intellectual works. But I know you are NOT this one.
"this is simple logic -- hence you can't just call it
a dis-proof but you are rather expected to point out
a logical fallacy in one or more of the steps. That's
how math works."