[Lvlug] Re: SQL question
Faber J. Fedor
faber at linuxnj.com
Thu Aug 23 12:39:54 EDT 2007
On 23/08/07 11:10 -0400, jab at fast.net wrote:
> Scott Ferguson <scottwferg at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 8/23/07, Faber J. Fedor <faber at linuxnj.com> wrote:
> > >
> > > Looks okay to me. My guess is sq.symbol != sp.symbol, IOW, you might
> > > have something like sq.symbol = 'ALU' and sp.symbol = 'ALU ' or some
> > > other nonprintable character. Knowing how persnickety PostgreSQL can
> > > be, that'd be the first place I look.
> > I would agree with this. The SQL query looks fine to me.
> Fantastic, that was it: trailing spaces.
And that's why we get paid the big bucks. :-)
> btw, Faber:
> Checking gadgets, it looks like you have to use their SDK to make
> your own gadgets ... but can you give a brief description of
> how you run them? I saw a couple financial oriented gadgets
> on their page, but the download for them was a binary file.
> Are they simply browser plugins?
No clue. I was refering to the gadgets already there. You log in and
go to your customized Google page; they call it iGoogle now. One of
the gadgets you can add let's you enter your stock tickers, basis price
and it shows you your gain/loss.
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