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revised What scope(s) is “hasMany” a part of?
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comment What scope(s) is “hasMany” a part of?
@Dtest: +1 " *Otherwise post_id in the comments table would be unique" *, this helps understand the scope.
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comment What scope(s) is “hasMany” a part of?
@jcolebrand: oooooh. This explained a great deal very swiftly, thank you. " "WrittenBy" (a many to one) ", those two words helped make sense of an endless amount of searches.. I've been looking into this because I've actually been looking into different ORMs and see it pop up a lot ;P
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comment What scope(s) is “hasMany” a part of?
It's a question of when I'd actually ever write "hasMany" and understanding why as opposed to say.. post gets comments. Though I think I understand it is fairly synonymous with "belongsTo" (in reverse) the understanding is roughly the same issue.
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comment What scope(s) is “hasMany” a part of?
The demonstration helps 'at all' ;P but what is hasMany exactly? Is it just that you often see it in objects as a method to define that this query will be needed later? Is it just a way to 'talk' about the design? I'm still a little fuzzy on joins too so I will make sure I am visualizing this correctly when I get home later. thanks
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comment What scope(s) is “hasMany” a part of?
I think I mean the camel cased version, but honestly I am unsure. I've only used proprietary in-memory databases in the past.
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asked What scope(s) is “hasMany” a part of?
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comment Are there situations where queries are formed geometrically?
Well if you have a table with lots and lots of very precise data about a game map and some effect goes off but you only want to query information that actually 'touches' the effect. Then I wonder if it is ever good or common practice to select row based on deltaX, for instance.
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comment Are there situations where queries are formed geometrically?
Makes sense, it is a grid-like system so there could be some use in there. ;P I wonder if anyone has used anything like that before
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comment Are there situations where queries are formed geometrically?
Doppler is all I thought of off-hand.
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revised Are there situations where queries are formed geometrically?
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comment What are negative keys used for?
Question is here. For future reference.
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