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Shifted to PL/SQL

 
Vivek Viswanathan
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Hi
Remeber me I am they guy who wrote some time about, about being shifted to .Net after, being a SCJP, SCJD, SCEA Part I. Now things are for the worse I have now been shifted to PL/SQL, and I am in London rit now doing PL/SQL rather I am am going to start work tomorrow. And since I am in a new place now , I think I will be able to work on my SCEA Part II, I have already started working on that when I was in bomaby.

Vivek Viswanathan
 
Deepak Shah
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Hey....
Once I coded a PL/SQL Procdure..and belive me
its horrible..perticularly after programming for some time
in java.
Its too cryptic...hardly any utility functions are available...
I had to use the functionality of the StringTokenizer..but
there is no such thing...so I have to repeat a block of code wherever I needed that...ooops..
But PL/SQL is a thing that can really chalange your logic.
You have to be very very strong in string handling..
Vivek...I am waiting for your experience...
hope..it will not be that bad...
Still I think that, coding in PL/SQL really boost the
performance..if you are using JDBC for database operations.
Its kind of fun cum challenge to program in it...I enjoyed it for some time...

Cheers !!
Deepak Shah
 
lye lye
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Hi,
sorry to disturb but can you share the PLSQL code of the functions for StringTokenizer with me?
Thanks and best regards
lyelye
 
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