nr just crossed the 1,000 post mark. As always I did a quick analysis of his posts to see what types of topics he writes about. Here are the results:
Complaining about cursors (67%) Rewriting cursors for users (53%) Describing the slownes of cursors (49%) Extolling the benefits of non-cursor queries (19%) Rewriting cursor queries to prove you don't need them (99%)
These add up to more than 100% since many posts contain multiple flavors or "cursor bashing".
Thanks for all your posts nr. Once the thrill of being a Master Smack Fu SQL Hacker fades I'll probably change your title King Cursor Basher or something similar. Thanks for helping all the users and carrying on the anti-cursor crusade.
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