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From:James Manning Date:September 17 1999 2:35pm
Subject:Re: How to delete a member from a SET column
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[ Friday, September 17, 1999 ] Martin Ramsch wrote:
> Ah, sorry, I did misunderstood you.
> 
> What I tried was:
>   my $type = $sth->{'type'}[0];
> 
> I thought, you'd like to get away from interpreting the textual SET
> definition ...

Well, YEAH, that'd be fantastic :)  I was more just talking about being
position-independent wrt to the column ordering of the describe output :)
Course, you know that now :)

James
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Miscellaneous Engineer --- IBM Netfinity Performance Development
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      • Re: How to delete a member from a SET columnMartin Ramsch16 Sep
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          • Re: How to delete a member from a SET columnJames Manning17 Sep
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              • Re: How to delete a member from a SET columnJames Manning17 Sep
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          • Re: How to delete a member from a SET columnMartin Ramsch17 Sep