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Excellenet book:

Things I learned:
Advantages of ODBC over DBI
$dbi->tables();$dbi->table_info(); DBD::ODBC
$dbh->{RaiseError}; $dbh->{PrinterError}; $dbh->{ChopBlocks}
Do w/ placeholders
NAME; NAME_uc; NAME_lc; consts for *hash functions
The list goes on...

The moral is the DBI Does lots of stuff, so much stuff that a whole book can be written on it, and keep an excellent ratio of content to verbosity.

Evan Carroll

In reply to Re: Programming the Perl DBI by EvanCarroll
in thread Programming the Perl DBI by barndoor

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