Re: Expressing SQL in Design Doc

Subject: Re: Expressing SQL in Design Doc
From: towers1209-techwriter -at- yahoo -dot- com
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 20 Oct 2004 15:06:34 -0600

PL/SQL is _not_ case sensitive (as far as I know) so it does not really
matter. So capitalizing (or not) is a matter of readablilty and not

The only rule is -- be consistent.

> Hi all,
> I'm editing some info. Developer gives me description of a PL/SQL
> procedure, but he capitalizes all the SQL items in the description of the
> flow. I think only the SQL verbs should be capped, but he's got'em all
> capped--nouns & verbs.
> Example (truncated for proprietary code):
> I'm mostly interested in the ROW and ROWSET. My convention and my
> understanding of the appropriate approach would be to capitalize only
> words such as WHERE and GET and SELECT, but not words such as row and
> rowset and column and so on.
> Comments?
> Grazie,
> joe


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