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Linq from TABLE select * Linq from TABLE select * I need to select of all fields from a table I try to do this using to following code and I get the
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6608441/linq-from-table-select
added..... I would argue you should **ALWAYS** explicitly specify your columns that you want .. It is a SQL antipattern to use SELECT *. It is faster for the
http://stackoverflow.com/question...43642/select-or-individual-columns
SQL SELECT * FROM XXX WHERE columnName in Array SQL SELECT * FROM XXX WHERE columnName in Array I'm working on some SQL code. I'm familiar with the
http://stackoverflow.com/question...from-xxx-where-columnname-in-array
guess that this is solution, is this much slower than SELECT * FROM tmp WHERE city='test'? this will work as selecting the records with distinct pid, and
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7132303/select-distinct-one-column
mysql DATE_FORMAT using select * mysql DATE_FORMAT using select * generally when i make a small select I would do something like this SELECT
http://stackoverflow.com/question...762/mysql-date-format-using-select
SQL Server select * from hangs for small table SQL Server select * from hangs for small table This stored procedure was working until I recently
http://stackoverflow.com/question...ble-variable-hangs-for-small-table
SELECT * FROM in MySQLi SELECT * FROM in MySQLi My site is rather extensive, and I just recently made the switch to PHP5 (call me a late bloomer).
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/750648/select-from-in-mysqli
benchmarking it - try "SELECT *", try "SELECT A,B,C", and see if there's improvement worth chasing. Wow, i always thought we sould not use select *, You
http://stackoverflow.com/question...7/resultset-and-select-performance
select * throgh dblink problem select * throgh dblink problem I have some trouble when trying to update a table by looping cursor which select from
http://stackoverflow.com/question...31672/select-throgh-dblink-problem
Select * faster than select column Select * faster than select column WITH Categories (child_oid, Level) AS ( SELECT h.child_oid, 0 AS Level FROM
http://stackoverflow.com/question...2/select-faster-than-select-column