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    stevens has 1 review(s)


    Good Stuff, Fri Dec 19 2003
    113 of 429 people found the following review helpful:


    Reviewed By: stevens
    Review Of: WizzyWeb; in Perl Archive : Databases
     

    Hello, this thing works well. I usually do Perl code for data entry and reports from scratch but I might start using this thing because I think it could save me a lot of time. It spits out standard Perl code so I was able to change the source code to do highly customized things... it was nice to have all the standard database interaction stuff basically write itself though. The optional built in SQL engine part is interesting... seems like you could use SQL on flat files and not even need a "real database" if you didn't want/need one. I'm not surprised IBM, Intel, etc. are using it.... this sounds like a paid endorsement for them lol... nice to see something that actually works though.

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