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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • In these sorts of languages, it make more sense to put the variables directly into the statement at prepare time, then you set the variables, and they get bound at execute time. That's how it's done in some languages...then the language knows what types the variables are at prepare time. E.g. "select foo from bar where baz = :some_number and blurgh = :some_string", and some_number and some_string are variables.