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The differences between procedures with and without brackets?


The differences between procedures with and without brackets?

By : BX.Seven
Date : November 22 2020, 10:56 AM
To fix this issue The first one is a procedure that returns a procedure. The second one is a procedure that returns the number 2.
In particular, the first one is equivalent to the following:
code :
(define procedure1
  (lambda ()
    (lambda () 2)))


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What's the differences between stored procedures, functions and routines?

What's the differences between stored procedures, functions and routines?


By : user1932650
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue Google is your friend. The first match for "mysql routine function procedure" is this: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/stored-routines-syntax.html
A quick summary:
OLAP And Stored Procedures, Performance Differences and Facts

OLAP And Stored Procedures, Performance Differences and Facts


By : Rahul Gundia
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps Yes, you have rather missed the point, I'm afraid.
One benefit of a stored procedure is that calculating how to get the results as opposed to what the results are also takes processing time - and it is this execution plan that is cached by the stored procedure.
code :
create proc SellProduct (@productID int, @price money)
as
begin
    insert ProductSales (ProductID, SalePrice) values (@productID, @price)
    update Products set TotalSales = TotalSales + @price WHERE productid = @productID
end
MySQL version differences when creating stored procedures?

MySQL version differences when creating stored procedures?


By : Francesco Agnoletto
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help Using local variables in your LIMIT clause is not supported until MySQL 5.5.6.
See Bug #11918 SP does not accept variables in LIMIT clause
Are there any differences / limitations with Stored Procedures when using a SQL Azure Database

Are there any differences / limitations with Stored Procedures when using a SQL Azure Database


By : user1988377
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . According to msdn, there's no specific limitation on stored procedures by themselves. However you can not use all the features of on premise sql server (nowadays User Defined DataType (UDT) for instance ...)
Here's the informations we find on MSDN :
MASM - Differences between procedures and macros

MASM - Differences between procedures and macros


By : user3414735
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem A macro is just text replacement. So any time you "call" a macro, that call will be replaced by the full contents of the macro at compile-time. When you call a procedure, there's typically only one instance of that procedure, so you'll branch to a different place in the program.
Consider the following example:
code :
.586
.model flat, stdcall
option casemap :none

.code

; Multiply the argument by 3/2
Mul3_2 MACRO reg
    lea reg,[reg + reg*2]
    shr reg,1
ENDM

; Multiply the argument by 3/2 and return in eax
Mul3_2Proc PROC arg:DWORD
    mov eax,[arg]
    lea eax,[eax + eax*2]
    shr eax,1
    ret
Mul3_2Proc ENDP

main PROC
    Mul3_2 eax
    Mul3_2 ebx

    invoke Mul3_2Proc,eax    ; Equivalent to push eax / call Mul3_2Proc
    invoke Mul3_2Proc,ebx   
main ENDP

END main
.586
.model flat, stdcall
option casemap :none

.code

; Multiply the argument by 3/2 and return in eax
Mul3_2Proc PROC arg:DWORD
    mov eax,[arg]
    lea eax,[eax + eax*2]
    shr eax,1
    ret
Mul3_2Proc ENDP

main PROC
    lea eax,[eax + eax*2]
    shr eax,1
    lea ebx,[ebx + ebx*2]
    shr ebx,1

    invoke Mul3_2Proc,eax    ; Equivalent to push eax / call Mul3_2Proc
    invoke Mul3_2Proc,ebx
main ENDP

END main
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