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 Post subject: Anyone program with 4D before?
PostPosted: Wed Dec 08, 2004 1:24 pm 
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Anyone program with 4D before?

Just curious....


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If you consider the fourth dimension as time, then if you calculate things in motion, isn't that 4D?

I wouldn't know though; I have no idea if that's even remotely correct. Any Super String Theorists here want to help out?


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the 4D or 4th Dimension I'm referring to is a database programming language. http://www.4D.com/


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Oh. :lol:

Why not just stick with MySQL? It and Oracle are the most widely used database solutions. Unless you have to go with that, I'd say stick with one of those two.


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Kybo_Ren wrote:
Oh. :lol:

Why not just stick with MySQL? It and Oracle are the most widely used database solutions. Unless you have to go with that, I'd say stick with one of those two.

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Just for the record, MySQL is a royal pita at times. In fact, probably shouldn't even be called a database. Transactions and MySQL just don't get along which is why you see it being used very frequently for forums like this one and hardly ever for more critical applications.

Check this out...
http://openacs.org/philosophy/why-not-mysql.html

While some of it is dated, a surprising amont is still relevant.
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the 4D or 4th Dimension I'm referring to is a database programming language. http://www.4D.com/

Have you tried it now? If so, what is it like?


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"Have you tried it now? If so, what is it like?"

We've been running it at my work for years. Its a great database when you need to get something done quick. The learning curve is a bit steep, but once you know what you are doing you can do anything.


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