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Mark Wonsil wrote:
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> > To Mark, no it's correct, the True is correct in this case because
> look at
> > the beginning of it, where there's a "Not".
>
> How did I not see that? I should not know better to not not agree with
> Bruce
> without not knowing not conditions that are not double-negatives which are
> usually not missing in SQL statements...
>
> This message is giving me (and the rest of you) knots in my stomach...
>
>


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Mark Wonsil wrote:
>
> > To Mark, no it's correct, the True is correct in this case because
> look at
> > the beginning of it, where there's a "Not".
>
> How did I not see that? I should not know better to not not agree with
> Bruce
> without not knowing not conditions that are not double-negatives which are
> usually not missing in SQL statements...
>
> This message is giving me (and the rest of you) knots in my stomach...
>
>

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