|Subject||Re: [ib-support] Is a joined query faster than a subquery, or doesn't it matter?|
> Careful English usage separates two senses of the word index. One is aThat's exactly, what my database professor told us. He would be proud of you
> measure of something - the Consumer Price Index for example. When plural,
> those are correctly called indices. The other is a table of keys into
> a lump of data (book index, database index) and its plural is indexes.