Re: limits of the generic
At 06:12 PM 9/27/2002 -0400, Simon St.Laurent wrote: > > Is it wrong for SQL or Java to have datatypes? > >Within their own contexts, no. Extending those types beyond SQL or Java >processing creates a whole new set of problems that people who use SQL >or Java seem to be remarkably bad at recognizing. Such as? > > Justify your answer ;-> > >I don't find your standards for justification to be generically >applicable. Alas, I'm not always happy being told "though shalt not" without being given a reason. Jonathan
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