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Re: No Dynamic SQL in Function or Trigger Frustration
Posted by: Peter Brawley
Date: March 15, 2014 10:47AM

> that would take 345 million years

Hyperbole like that only serves to undermine the rest of your post.

> The reason for using MySQL straight all along is that the results must, if established to be few enough to store in database on HDD (without reaching Petabyte limits) the results must be retained immediately.

There are many ways to "immediately" store large tranches of data; relational databases are amongst the slowest.

> Validation of constraint ranges from 20 to 70 nested if's, whiles or for's

A set-based language is the wrong tool for that.

> Expand on what R stands for please!?

www.r-project.org

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