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Comment:Remove superfluous word, as per [6b8dcc1d67171f3e30].
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User & Date: bch 2010-02-15 21:01:01
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2010-02-15
21:04 Closed ticket [6b8dcc1d]: Superfluous word in sentence of fossil docs plus 2 other changes artifact: c2d38018 user: bharder
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2010-02-15
21:06
Improve punctuation. Related to [6b8dcc1d67171f3e3]. check-in: d5dd493b user: bch tags: trunk
21:01
Remove superfluous word, as per [6b8dcc1d67171f3e30]. check-in: 05b44d58 user: bch tags: trunk
2010-02-13
12:30
Fixed bug [2245a1e3d0]. rm command now properly checks return value. check-in: 02f638a1 user: jeremy_c tags: trunk, release
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just a programming language.

For certain types of problems, SQL has a huge advantage over other
programming languages because it is so high level and because it allows
programmers to focus more on the <i>what</i> and less of the <i>how</i>
of a computation.  In other words,
programmers tend to think about problems at a much higher level when
using SQL, can this can result in better applications.
SQL is also very dense.
In practice, this often means that a few
lines of SQL can often replace hundreds or thousands of lines of
procedural code, with a corresponding decrease in programming effort
and opportunities to introduce bugs.
Fossil happens to be one of those problems for which SQL is well suited.








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109
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just a programming language.

For certain types of problems, SQL has a huge advantage over other
programming languages because it is so high level and because it allows
programmers to focus more on the <i>what</i> and less of the <i>how</i>
of a computation.  In other words,
programmers tend to think about problems at a much higher level when
using SQL, this can result in better applications.
SQL is also very dense.
In practice, this often means that a few
lines of SQL can often replace hundreds or thousands of lines of
procedural code, with a corresponding decrease in programming effort
and opportunities to introduce bugs.
Fossil happens to be one of those problems for which SQL is well suited.