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People asking for two contradictory things in one query!

They want a specific count we use that is based on the unique customer accont# and the CSR_id each day as an estimate of the interactions....but they want the result set to include the adjustment codes.....umm....no can do senior.  That would mess up the count.

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I've seen similar things in programming.

 

People writing logic statements that effectively make the conditional ALWAYS true or ALWAYS false.

 

 

Simplifying for example, something like:

 

If ( (A < 5) and (A > 6) ) do something.

 

 

Um.....do you want to explain how something can be less than 5 and greater than 6 at the same time?

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I've seen similar things in programming.

 

People writing logic statements that effectively make the conditional ALWAYS true or ALWAYS false.

 

 

Simplifying for example, something like:

 

If ( (A < 5) and (A > 6) ) do something.

 

 

Um.....do you want to explain how something can be less than 5 and greater than 6 at the same time?

or not statements! aaagghhhh!

If I have to teach one more person about that, I will go postal on someone.

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I've seen similar things in programming.

 

People writing logic statements that effectively make the conditional ALWAYS true or ALWAYS false.

 

 

Simplifying for example, something like:

 

If ( (A < 5) and (A > 6) ) do something.

 

 

Um.....do you want to explain how something can be less than 5 and greater than 6 at the same time?

 

47

 

The 4 is less than five, and the 7 is greater than six.

 

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