Jonathan, >> Let i guess: you define SQL as matching to template >> 'EnglishWord Parameter EnglishWord Parameter EnglishWord Parameter', i.e. >> 'select ... from ... where ...', and nothing else. JR> Well, there's a BNF that defines SQL People define SQL instead of BNF. As i already said, i propose to overrun today's boundary. JR> I don't think Rick Marshall defined SQL, I suspect that H2 does that. Jonathan, i don't want to offend you, but you forge concept: RM>> Don't call it SQL - it's simply not. DT>> Arguments are absent again. DT>> Let i guess: you define SQL as matching to template DT>> 'EnglishWord Parameter EnglishWord Parameter EnglishWord Parameter', i.e. DT>> 'select ... from ... where ...', and nothing else. Speach was about reason of you _own_ opinion, about how you define SQL for _youself_, about how you will vote (or would vote, or might could vote) in organization of standartization. Dmitry Turin SQL5 (5.5.0) http://sql50.euro.ru HTML6 (6.4.3) http://html60.euro.ru Unicode7 (7.2.0) http://unicode70.euro.ru Computer2 (2.0.2) http://computer20.euro.ru
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