Where to find dbselect()?

Where to find dbselect()?

Post by Mark D. Stoc » Sun, 11 May 2003 09:16:40




> On Fri, 09 May 2003 16:00:02 +0100, "Mark D. Stock"


>>>On Thu, 08 May 2003 21:37:00 GMT, Richard Kofler




>>>>>>>And Obnoxio, you Clown, you're even older than I am! And people out age
>>>>>>>don't *pick* fights, people bring them to us,a nd after that we go and
>>>>>>>get some liquids (:-)))

>>>>>>My only consolation is that Jonathan is older.

>>>>>What should I say at 47 years, 11 months, and 7 days?

>>>>>Art S. Kagel

>>>>youngsters, youngsters :)

>>>>I, 50 & on the IFX drug since - can't remember, but I think it was
>>>>on a 80186 machine by CASIO and around Xmas 1986.
>>>>Then came mine absolute favorite: OLIVETTI 386 running XENIX
>>>>and INFORMIX 2.10K - unbeatable fast that was .....
>>>>and rocksolid stable.

>>>>dic_k

>>>I guess being 37 isn't such a bad thing, then . . . . .8-)

>>>Thanks guys, I feel young now . . .. .

>>Gees, what is this? The personals thread?... Hi, I'm Mark, I'm 2003
>>years old, young, sad and still using Informix.... Got a job for me? :-)

>>Cheers,

> At least we're not double-posting . . . . . .8-)

Nor are we. One wouldn't do that to you. However, the IIUG list server
is. 8-P

[Say it again!...]

Cheers,
--
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Where to find dbselect()?

Post by Mark D. Stoc » Sun, 11 May 2003 09:16:40



> On Fri, 09 May 2003 16:00:02 +0100, "Mark D. Stock"


>>>On Thu, 08 May 2003 21:37:00 GMT, Richard Kofler




>>>>>>>And Obnoxio, you Clown, you're even older than I am! And people out age
>>>>>>>don't *pick* fights, people bring them to us,a nd after that we go and
>>>>>>>get some liquids (:-)))

>>>>>>My only consolation is that Jonathan is older.

>>>>>What should I say at 47 years, 11 months, and 7 days?

>>>>>Art S. Kagel

>>>>youngsters, youngsters :)

>>>>I, 50 & on the IFX drug since - can't remember, but I think it was
>>>>on a 80186 machine by CASIO and around Xmas 1986.
>>>>Then came mine absolute favorite: OLIVETTI 386 running XENIX
>>>>and INFORMIX 2.10K - unbeatable fast that was .....
>>>>and rocksolid stable.

>>>>dic_k

>>>I guess being 37 isn't such a bad thing, then . . . . .8-)

>>>Thanks guys, I feel young now . . .. .

>>Gees, what is this? The personals thread?... Hi, I'm Mark, I'm 2003
>>years old, young, sad and still using Informix.... Got a job for me? :-)

>>Cheers,

> At least we're not double-posting . . . . . .8-)

Nor are we. One wouldn't do that to you. However, the IIUG list server
is. 8-P

[Say it again!...]

Cheers,
--
Mark.

+----------------------------------------------------------+-----------+

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Where to find dbselect()?

Post by Impy » Tue, 13 May 2003 22:50:41





> > On Fri, 09 May 2003 16:00:02 +0100, "Mark D. Stock"


> >>>On Thu, 08 May 2003 21:37:00 GMT, Richard Kofler




> >>>>>>>And Obnoxio, you Clown, you're even older than I am! And people out
age
> >>>>>>>don't *pick* fights, people bring them to us,a nd after that we go
and
> >>>>>>>get some liquids (:-)))

> >>>>>>My only consolation is that Jonathan is older.

> >>>>>What should I say at 47 years, 11 months, and 7 days?

> >>>>>Art S. Kagel

> >>>>youngsters, youngsters :)

> >>>>I, 50 & on the IFX drug since - can't remember, but I think it was
> >>>>on a 80186 machine by CASIO and around Xmas 1986.
> >>>>Then came mine absolute favorite: OLIVETTI 386 running XENIX
> >>>>and INFORMIX 2.10K - unbeatable fast that was .....
> >>>>and rocksolid stable.
> >>>>dic_k

> >>>I guess being 37 isn't such a bad thing, then . . . . .8-)

> >>>Thanks guys, I feel young now . . .. .

> >>Gees, what is this? The personals thread?... Hi, I'm Mark, I'm 2003
> >>years old, young, sad and still using Informix.... Got a job for me? :-)

> >>Cheers,

> > At least we're not double-posting . . . . . .8-)

> Nor are we. One wouldn't do that to you. However, the IIUG list server
> is. 8-P

> [Say it again!...]

You just did...
 
 
 

Where to find dbselect()?

Post by John Carlso » Tue, 13 May 2003 22:41:43


We're getting spammed by our own listserv?  That's scary . . . .8-|

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Sent: Friday, May 09, 2003 8:17 PM
To: John Carlson


Subject: Re: Where to find dbselect()?


> On Fri, 09 May 2003 16:00:02 +0100, "Mark D. Stock"


>>>On Thu, 08 May 2003 21:37:00 GMT, Richard Kofler




>>>>>>>And Obnoxio, you Clown, you're even older than I am! And people
>>>>>>>out age don't *pick* fights, people bring them to us,a nd after
>>>>>>>that we go and get some liquids (:-)))

>>>>>>My only consolation is that Jonathan is older.

>>>>>What should I say at 47 years, 11 months, and 7 days?

>>>>>Art S. Kagel

>>>>youngsters, youngsters :)

>>>>I, 50 & on the IFX drug since - can't remember, but I think it was
>>>>on a 80186 machine by CASIO and around Xmas 1986. Then came mine
>>>>absolute favorite: OLIVETTI 386 running XENIX and INFORMIX 2.10K -
>>>>unbeatable fast that was ..... and rocksolid stable.

>>>>dic_k

>>>I guess being 37 isn't such a bad thing, then . . . . .8-)

>>>Thanks guys, I feel young now . . .. .

>>Gees, what is this? The personals thread?... Hi, I'm Mark, I'm 2003
>>years old, young, sad and still using Informix.... Got a job for me? :-)

>>Cheers,

> At least we're not double-posting . . . . . .8-)

Nor are we. One wouldn't do that to you. However, the IIUG list server
is. 8-P

[Say it again!...]

Cheers,
--
Mark.

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Where to find dbselect()?

Post by John Carlso » Tue, 13 May 2003 22:41:43


We're getting spammed by our own listserv?  That's scary . . . .8-|

-----Original Message-----

Sent: Friday, May 09, 2003 8:17 PM
To: John Carlson


Subject: Re: Where to find dbselect()?


> On Fri, 09 May 2003 16:00:02 +0100, "Mark D. Stock"


>>>On Thu, 08 May 2003 21:37:00 GMT, Richard Kofler




>>>>>>>And Obnoxio, you Clown, you're even older than I am! And people
>>>>>>>out age don't *pick* fights, people bring them to us,a nd after
>>>>>>>that we go and get some liquids (:-)))

>>>>>>My only consolation is that Jonathan is older.

>>>>>What should I say at 47 years, 11 months, and 7 days?

>>>>>Art S. Kagel

>>>>youngsters, youngsters :)

>>>>I, 50 & on the IFX drug since - can't remember, but I think it was
>>>>on a 80186 machine by CASIO and around Xmas 1986. Then came mine
>>>>absolute favorite: OLIVETTI 386 running XENIX and INFORMIX 2.10K -
>>>>unbeatable fast that was ..... and rocksolid stable.

>>>>dic_k

>>>I guess being 37 isn't such a bad thing, then . . . . .8-)

>>>Thanks guys, I feel young now . . .. .

>>Gees, what is this? The personals thread?... Hi, I'm Mark, I'm 2003
>>years old, young, sad and still using Informix.... Got a job for me? :-)

>>Cheers,

> At least we're not double-posting . . . . . .8-)

Nor are we. One wouldn't do that to you. However, the IIUG list server
is. 8-P

[Say it again!...]

Cheers,
--
Mark.

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Where to find dbselect()?

Post by Mark D. Stoc » Wed, 14 May 2003 01:47:47



> We're getting spammed by our own listserv?  That's scary . . . .8-|

Yes. Apparently it was a small glitch caused by IIUG's ISP. Although I
don't see it going away yet.

Cheers,
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Where to find dbselect()?

Post by Mark D. Stoc » Wed, 14 May 2003 01:47:47



> We're getting spammed by our own listserv?  That's scary . . . .8-|

Yes. Apparently it was a small glitch caused by IIUG's ISP. Although I
don't see it going away yet.

Cheers,
--
Mark.

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|                      |We value your comments, which have |///  / ////|
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Where to find dbselect()?

Post by Mark D. Stoc » Wed, 14 May 2003 07:07:53






>>>On Fri, 09 May 2003 16:00:02 +0100, "Mark D. Stock"


>>>At least we're not double-posting . . . . . .8-)

>>Nor are we. One wouldn't do that to you. However, the IIUG list server
>>is. 8-P

>>[Say it again!...]

> You just did...

You catch on fast! [Waits for echo...]

Cheers,
--
Mark.

+----------------------------------------------------------+-----------+

| Mydas Solutions Ltd            http://MydasSolutions.com |/////  / //|
|                      +-----------------------------------+////  / ///|
|                      |We value your comments, which have |///  / ////|
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Where to find dbselect()?

Post by Mark D. Stoc » Wed, 14 May 2003 07:07:53






>>>On Fri, 09 May 2003 16:00:02 +0100, "Mark D. Stock"


>>>At least we're not double-posting . . . . . .8-)

>>Nor are we. One wouldn't do that to you. However, the IIUG list server
>>is. 8-P

>>[Say it again!...]

> You just did...

You catch on fast! [Waits for echo...]

Cheers,
--
Mark.

+----------------------------------------------------------+-----------+

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|                      +-----------------------------------+////  / ///|
|                      |We value your comments, which have |///  / ////|
|                      |been recorded and automatically    |//  / /////|
|                      |emailed back to us for our records.|/  ////////|
+----------------------+-----------------------------------+-----------+