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I’ve always been fascinated with language and linguistics… specifically grammar and sentence structure. I was one of those nerds in high school who actually enjoyed diagramming sentences.For kicks, about 15 years ago, I wrote a self-contained program in Visual FoxPro (VFP) to generate random sentences, but I lost ...
Visual FoxPro (VFP) is very good at handling strings, and there are many useful string functions built into its language. In making the move to T-SQL, I have often wished some of those handy string functions were available.But since they are not, I went ahead and created User-Defined Functions (UDFs) ...
It's that time again, it's time for another SoCal Code Camp. I know, you are thinking, it's already Code Camp time again? Didn't we just have one a few months ago? The answer to both questions is yes. We did just have one, but it is time for another one. ...
We’re looking at April 24 at the Microsoft facility in Alpharetta, GA. I just submitted the request on the website tonight, so it probably won’t be official for a few days, but I a) needed something to blog about tonight, and b) wanted to get the word out to start ...
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