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The Weird and The Wonderful forum is a place to post Coding Horrors, Worst Practices, and the occasional flash of brilliance.

We all come across code that simply boggles the mind. Lazy kludges, embarrasing mistakes, horrid workarounds and developers just not quite getting it. And then somedays we come across - or write - the truly sublime.

Post your Best, your worst, and your most interesting. But please - no programming questions . This forum is purely for amusement and discussions on code snippets. All actual programming questions will be removed.

 
GeneralRe: Why would you do this to a stored procedure? It never did anything to you. PinmemberSomeGuyThatIsMe26-Nov-12 3:34 
GeneralRe: Why would you do this to a stored procedure? It never did anything to you. PinmemberAdriaan Davel21-Nov-12 21:36 
GeneralRe: Why would you do this to a stored procedure? It never did anything to you. Pinmemberthrakazog22-Nov-12 4:25 
GeneralRe: Why would you do this to a stored procedure? It never did anything to you. Pinmemberdazfuller21-Nov-12 21:58 
GeneralRe: Why would you do this to a stored procedure? It never did anything to you. PinmemberHarry Neethling22-Nov-12 0:23 
GeneralRe: Why would you do this to a stored procedure? It never did anything to you. Pinmembermmelvis22-Nov-12 4:45 
GeneralRe: Why would you do this to a stored procedure? It never did anything to you. Pinmemberthrakazog22-Nov-12 19:04 
GeneralRe: Why would you do this to a stored procedure? It never did anything to you. Pinmemberexmsde22-Nov-12 12:13 
I see this and I think "Why did I enable it? Why did I agree to varchar(8000)? I could have stopped it. I could have kept Sybase's 255 character limit. I could have...."
 
Ah the law of unintended consequences.
GeneralRe: Why would you do this to a stored procedure? It never did anything to you. Pinmemberthomas.michaud26-Nov-12 5:08 
GeneralRe: Why would you do this to a stored procedure? It never did anything to you. PinmemberNitin Sawant4-Dec-12 2:22 
GeneralTypemock Comic Series #1 - How to Keep Your Code Secure PinmemberNCSM13-Nov-12 11:02 
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GeneralLoading custom fields from Quickbooks [modified] PinmemberJeremy D Lee9-Nov-12 17:01 
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GeneralRe: Loading custom fields from Quickbooks PinmemberJeremy D Lee11-Nov-12 3:14 
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GeneralRe: Loading custom fields from Quickbooks PinmemberZac Greve11-Nov-12 6:34 
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GeneralHow to conver Date to yyyyMMdd format in SSRS Pinmembervirang_218-Nov-12 15:41 
GeneralRe: How to conver Date to yyyyMMdd format in SSRS Pinmembercsharpbd8-Nov-12 22:40 
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GeneralRe: How to conver Date to yyyyMMdd format in SSRS PinmemberBernhard Hiller10-Nov-12 22:45 
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