Subject Re: [Firebird-Architect] ORs in Where statement
Author Martijn Tonies
> > Just to be clear, I don't advocate this sort of practice either.
> > However, when you are designing language rules you have to explore
> > the full set of possibilities, not just what you consider good
> > practice.
> I would say that this is completely redundand feature (blame me if you
> want). I'm programming in Java for approx. 5 years now, there is
> neither complete evaluation nor an option to switch it on. And I, one
> from few hundreds of thousands (or even millions) of developers, never
> lacked such feature. (Yes, I still believe that Java is probably one
> of the best balanced imperative languages one can have) :)

Except for it's case sensitivity and lack of enumerated types :-)

Hi Roman :)

With regards,

Martijn Tonies
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