At 16:56 3/5/2001, Andi Gutmans wrote:
Um, but some db extensions return NULL values as part of the array, so
>>if column 'foo' is NULL in the db, you'd want the result array to have
>>NULL under key 'foo' - it just won't do to have that column be missing.
>Yeah but you can use === NULL for those.
>You might be right but I remember we decided it's problematic.

Not really, === NULL will return true for both a non existant value and a 
NULL value.


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