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|From:||(Hal||Date:||October 8 2011 8:39pm|
|Subject:||optimizer in function|
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Does the optimizer look into function called from query? In my queries the expression (SELECT hwyl FROM Stock) / (SELECT regularPayment FROM Stock), where Stock is a one-record table, often is repeated. The optimizer sees that, and makes the ratio a constant, and I can afford to be clear. If that expression were within a function called from the same spot, would the optimizer look into the function and see the same effectiv constant? or is it better to make it an argument to the function?
|• optimizer in function||hsv||9 Oct|
|• Re: optimizer in function||Michael Dykman||9 Oct|