Re: standards

Raj Jamadagni apparently said,on my timestamp of 5/08/2004 9:24 PM:

> I use it on a regular basis in certain code of mine (on production database 
> that runs 24x7) when I
> DON'T want the exception to kill the processing. 
> 

not to mention Forms programs.  Mighty handy when in-line select statements (not
in an explicit begin/end block) start to give off more than one row...

Flogging?  ah well, each to his taste on these things....  :)

> --- david wendelken <davewendelken@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>How about:
>>
>>PL/SQL Programmers who use exception blocks like this will be flogged, then 
>>fired from their
>>job.
>>
>>EXCEPTION
>>  WHEN OTHERS THEN
>>     NULL;
>>END;
>>
>>:)
> 


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Nuno Souto
in sunny Sydney, Australia
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