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On 7/26/06, Robert Sanderson <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > On Wed, 26 Jul 2006, Mike Taylor wrote: > >Robert Sanderson writes: > > > While we're changing relation semantics, I'd like to propose that > > > <> be deprecated in favour of 'ne' for not equal to, to be > > > consistent with 'eq' for equality. > >I am not so fond of this; can you say more in favour of it? > > It seems strange to me that equality is 'eq' (a string) but inequality > is a combination of the special characters < and >. > > More consistent to me would be == and !=, == and <>, or 'eq' and 'ne'. > > But 'eq' and '<>' seems similar to having '>' and 'lessThan'... > understandable but inconsistent. > > Rob > And I'd personally like to see full consistency along the lines of 'lt', 'le', 'gt' and 'ge'. Or, perhaps, the addition of those relations to text semantics instead of numeric. -- Mike Rylander [log in to unmask] GPLS -- PINES Development Database Developer http://open-ils.org