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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • and look for ShowErrorStatement
  • Just put the TO_DATE stuff directly into your SQL statement and put the ? where the literal date is.
    • Yeah, that's what I finally did. Ideally I'd like to just hand DBI a Time::Piece and have it know what to do with it. :D And receive the same datatype back when I do a select.

      And I want a pony.

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