tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3341126945164326682.post6624028949987491796..comments2014-02-15T10:26:54.469+00:00Comments on Arbitrary Scrawl: Adventures in MySQLjrmhhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/16808134599751758616noreply@blogger.comBlogger1125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3341126945164326682.post-6530654977333564552014-02-15T10:26:54.469+00:002014-02-15T10:26:54.469+00:00Hi Joseph,
I couldn't imagine that there woul...Hi Joseph,<br /><br />I couldn't imagine that there would be much of a problem doing anything with a database. Though admittedly I've not tried this. <br /><br />Any object that can be part of a non-fuzzy set (and hence the algebra of sets/set theory applies) can, I assume, translate into a DB structure, given relational algebra is a derivative after all. Programs are ordered sequences of commands (based on sets) and this I assume it just simply becomes a transactional script maybe? What do you think? <br />Ethar Alali...http://www.blogger.com/profile/15075621608211907664noreply@blogger.com