At 7:28 pm +0100 14/3/06, Martijn Tonies wrote:
>Given that NULLs basically means the absence of a value (eg: unknown), you shouldn't
> be storing NULLs.
At 1:49 pm -0500 14/3/06, Rhino wrote:
>A null means "unknown or not applicable" and is a perfectly valid value to use in
> many, many situations.
It's not often you can say that two people are quite literally arguing about nothing!
(... being flippant because the actual arguments started going over my head about
half-a-dozen posts ago...)