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I didn't call you a troll. I merely said "Fnord". And having seen your code in all it's glory all I can say is Heilige Fliegendekinderscheisse!
What is "TROLL"??????
I am still not entirely sure what is the point. Are you trying to implement an args parameter like in a java main method? Or perhaps you just what us to admire the elegance of your code.
I think your frameworkia needs a method to go to a given node: gonoria(). Not to mention a method to terminate a thread: diearia(). And a method to spawn a jazz pianist: chickcoria().
Much love, APC
Oh, just wait a second ... as far as I can see the definition of
Frameworkia.setvalue and Frameworkia.getvalue are still missing.
I for one would also like to see the following function/procedure/methods:
My all time favourite thread...
I have a new framework at home... can't upload it... tried... couldn't get the plywood to go in the disk-drive....
but only because you're sensing the first oracle-WTF article for a couple of months ;)
I for one welcome the new standard.
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I for one welcome the new standard.Possibly a Simpsons reference?
I refuse to comment on this, or be drawn into yet another trollish thread. So do not expect me to post a single byte of any type of response to this thread.
Kent Brockman reporting ;)
> You must see:
All I can see is 600+ lines of unformatted, poorly structured code with no clear purpose.
A bunch of tables have worrying names like "wf_fieldmapping" and "wf_function_source_code", and columns like "operator" (which can be "==", "ISNL", "ISNNL", "<" etc). Column "wf_node.type_node" has values like "EODATA", "CALL", "IACALL" and "CHECK".
"frameworkia.setvalue()" is called 51 times, "frameworkia.getvalue()" 21 times.
Is there an idea behind all this that you can explain in simple terms?
What is "TROLL"??????I think you'll find it's troll, "TROLL"?????? is the kind of thing trolls shout.
A bunch of tables have worrying names like "wf_fieldmapping" and "wf_function_source_code"I think you'll find wf is a shorter more efficient and lightweight wtf, so you should be thinking wtf_fieldmapping etc.
Hehehe.. William should have spotted that right from the start. :-)
Error at line 102 column 45
PLS-0418: Missing right shelf bracket
It very much appears as though frameworkia is a primitive Procedural Language for executing generic SQL statements - written in PL/SQL.
There's something just a teeny bit redundant about that idea.
just to estimate the necessary protection, are you talking about :
- Heilige Fliegende Kinderscheisse
- Heilige Fliegenkinderscheisse