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From: Hrvoje Niksic <hniksic at iskon dot hr>
Subject: Re: Arguments to SQL statements in Ctlib
Date: Nov 16 1999 6:21AM
Michael Peppler writes:
> > > > The ? syntax is borrowed from Perl DBI and is not required, but it
> > > > should make my meaning clear.
> > >
> > > No, that isn't supported.
> > But I assume your DBI module implements it (it's required by the
> > spec)
Uh, this was also a question. :-)
> > -- should I use that instead?
> That's up to you - it depends on what you want to do, and how you
> like to code. Me I prefer the Sybase::* modules, because I'm so used
> to the API, and the API is very close to the "real" Sybase API,
> which makes it easy to extend or to make it do things like RPC
> calls, etc.
I've never used Sybase, and I don't need the added functionality. I
think I'll give DBI a try.
Thanks for your help.