4,169 results found for *=
*= in Sybase SQL *= in Sybase SQL I'm maintaining some code that uses a *= operator in a query to a Sybase database and I can't find documentation on
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/40665/in-sybase-sql
SQL Server *= Operator? SQL Server *= Operator? Today while inside a client's production system, I found a SQL Server query that contained an
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/983862/sql-server-operator
Question on sql syntax: *= Question on sql syntax: *= I have some older (broken) code that has a join using a *= table1.ID *= table2.ID Is this a
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2541004/question-on-sql-syntax
Advantage of using "x *= -1." over "x *= -1"? Advantage of using "x *= -1." over "x *= -1"? I'm looking at some Python numpy code, which contains
http://stackoverflow.com/question...61/advantage-of-using-x-1-over-x-1
T-SQL Old style joins *= and =* T-SQL Old style joins *= and =* We have about 150 old style queries and views that use the *= and =* type ANSI92?
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5315475/t-sql-old-style-joins-and
Is "++l *= m" undefined behaviour? Is "++l *= m" undefined behaviour? I have started studying about C++0x. I came across the follow expression
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4336860/is-l-m-undefined-behaviour
How to overload += -= *= etc How to overload += -= *= etc Possible Duplicate: C++ — How to overload operator+=? I'm thinking about returning a
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5178887/how-to-overload-etc
What do the *= and =* operators do in T-SQL? What do the *= and =* operators do in T-SQL? Possible Duplicate: SQL: What does =* mean? I am going
http://stackoverflow.com/question...t-do-the-and-operators-do-in-t-sql
Why is *= different regarding loss of data on conversion? Why is *= different regarding loss of data on conversion? I have the following example,
http://stackoverflow.com/question...garding-loss-of-data-on-conversion
will be evaluated first, even if a is of a class type and *= is an overload. Operators like =, *=, etc. have (almost) the lowest precedence (see this
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5299321/what-does-a-b-c-expand-to