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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by jk2addict (4946) on 2006.10.02 9:38 (#50661) Homepage Journal
    The old ANSI_NULLS what should compares do trick. :-)

    In MSSQL, you can flip this sort of thing back and forth with ANSI_NULLS on/off options. Wonder if MySQL has the same sorts of things. It can lead to some unexpected things if you're doing IN subselects during updates/deletes.