From: "James Harvard"
> 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
> James Harvard
> (... being flippant because the actual arguments started going over my
head about half-a-dozen posts ago...)
We're arguing about whether or not your database design
(as stored on disk) should contain NULLs.
IMO: no, or at least as few as possible.
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