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Why SQL Server go slow when using variables? - Stack Overflow
I have a sql query that runs super fast, around one second, when not using variables, like: WHERE id BETWEEN 5461094 and 5461097 But when I have: declare @firstId int declare @lastId int set @f...
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In part two of this series, I’ll cover the creation of your first elastic index, CRUD operation and simple search with paging and sorting. But before that I’ll give you some more background information about Elastic.
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Difference between filter() and find() in jQuery – Mkyong.com
This is totatlly wrong.filter searches the top elements only.find searches the descendent elements only. in a case of: var a = $(”); a.filter(‘div’) will find only the parent div
mysql - SQL First() Function - Stack Overflow
If you just want the first and the last id of a result set, you could consider this:. SELECT MIN(id) firstId, MAX(id) lastId FROM someTable WHERE aField = 1; Note that it'll only work if you do use and ORDER BY an AUTO_INCREMENT field, else you might get unexpected results.. It'll only work with the full set.