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accepted What an application should do when there is an error notifying the user of an error?
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comment What an application should do when there is an error notifying the user of an error?
I like the idea of this. You could also permanently hold a file handle open for it so you can always write to it even if handles are otherwise exhausted.
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revised “Never do in code what you can get the SQL server to do well for you” - Is this a recipe for a bad design?
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answered Should I bother to develop for JavaScript disabled?
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revised Is it actually possible to have a 'useful' programming language that isn't Turing complete?
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comment Is it actually possible to have a 'useful' programming language that isn't Turing complete?
Other than the 'intended purpose' (In SQLs case, the retrieval and manipulation of data stored in a database) - not a right lot.