Jeremy Peterson wrote:
> I haven't tested this code, but it should get you started.  I imagine that
> you have a lot of different days that you are trying to restrict in your
> query (This could be costing you a lot of time), so the first query removes
> all articles you don't want up front before doing your joins.  If you were
> using a database that allows subselects, you could have shortened this even
> more (Last I heard MYSQL doesn't support subselects).  Ultimatly you
> shorten the time the query executes because you are removing unnecessary
> computation with the joins.
> I hope this helps you along your way.

        Thank you, I'll try to make something out of it
 and test it :8] Maybe I will even get an idea or two
 to improve it futher...

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