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Code Smells II
October 26, 2006 @ 09:14:00

Following up from the previous article on the blog, there's part two of the "Code Smells" series - a look at bad things to do in your code (to make it "smell").

This (and any subsequent posts in the series) will be more limited in scope - a single bad example and a corresponding solution.

This time, the spotlight is on parameterised queries - inserting the variables directly into a SQL statement string versus filtering them or inserting them via a custom query() function. He points out that there's no need to create this kind of filtering/database handling class on your own, though - there's already been one created by the fine folks of PEAR (using the autoExecute function

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