The Trouble with Type TablesCommented on: 2 years ago
(January 24, 2013)
Referring to johnnywild's comments, a "look-up table" falls under the broad category of what are generally referred to as "Reference tables" to distinguish them from the other...
Building Dynamic IN ListsCommented on: 9 years ago
(April 28, 2005)
This is not abot this article, but about the May 2005 article by Vinod Kumar, which does not bring up a Reader Comments box when you click on it - Where are Figure 1, Figure 2, Figure 3, and the...
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