Jonathan Leffler has sent me a very slightly updated set of SQL BNF files for SQL-92, SQL-99 and SQL-2003. I've put them on-line.
A sort of de-inflexion module, so to speak.
Years ago I wondered intensely about why some acronyms jarred, and not just government-issue ones either. Let me explain my conclusions.
I'm posting this now because of the push to rename the just-finished QA Hackathon, which personally I feel was marvellous value-for-money.
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