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|From:||Jigal van Hemert||Date:||April 26 2005 2:41pm|
|Subject:||Re: why NOT NULL in PRIMARY key??|
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From: "Jochem van Dieten" > > Why is this? > > Because the SQL standard says so. A true observation, but still no explanation or reason why ;-P MySQL doesn't follow the standard in every situation, so that's not an excuse... (no offense!) There must be a good reason other than "because our ancestors always did it this way". Regards, Jigal.