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I have another truly dreadful DB2 quote I d like to share with you, as the saying goes. Admittedly this one comes from a technical article, not from a reference manual as such, so it might be argued not by me! that the quality of the writing is not so important. Be that as it may, the quote in question certainly suffers from some of the same kinds of problems as Exhibits A and B (it also manages to introduce some additional ones of its own). It s taken verbatim from Improving Stage 2 Predicates, by Sharad Pande (DB2 Magazine 4, No. 2, Summer 1999). Here it is: View materialization. DB2 for OS/390 v.5 uses materialization to satisfy a view reference when the view defining a subselect indicates aggregates processing (such as GROUP BY, DISTINCT, and Column Function) and a *VIEW participates in a join or a *VIEW referencing a statement indicates aggregate processing. Materialization can also occur in statements that contain multiple outer joins or outer joins combined with inner joins; for example, if a *CREATE VIEW statement uses DISTINCT, a SELECT FROM view statement uses GROUP BY, a CREATE VIEW statement uses GROUP BY (or DISTINCT), or a SELECT FROM statement joins this view with another table. Deconstructing this impressively awful piece of writing is left as an exercise for the reader. (Maybe that s not nice. Maybe I should just ask you to rewrite the text so that at least it makes sense and is precise.) Just as an aside: I used to joke in seminars that before they were done, the DB2 folks at IBM would make DB2 just as complicated as IMS ever was. Quotes like the one above if and when you can ever figure out what they mean lend weight to my suspicion that IBM has been very successful in this regard.
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Of course, I m well aware that many of the criticisms and complaints I ve been making might well be dismissed as mere quibbles, and so indeed they are, in many cases. But it s the cumulative impact of all of those quibbles as well as the ones that definitely aren t quibbles! that wears you down (the death of a thousand cuts ). No wonder technical writers as a class are held in such low esteem, if the foregoing examples can be taken as typical of their craft (and I think they can).8 Aren t we entitled to technical writing that s accurate, concise, precise, and a pleasure to read Anyway, it occurs to me that the overall theme of this chapter could serve as a subtext, at least, to much of the other material I ve published recently9 (in this connection, see in particular the website http://www.dbdebunk.com). In just about every one of those previous publications, I ve had occasion to complain about among other things the apparent inability of some writer or other to express his or her thoughts clearly. In fact, I want to go further. As far as I m concerned,
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8. Apologies to those of my friends who actually are technical writers! 9. And hence to much of the material collected and republished in the present book.
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CHAPTER 3 GOOD WRITING DOES MATTER
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when writers are so manifestly incapable of expressing their thoughts coherently, I have to begin to think they don t have any coherent thoughts ... In which connection, I d like to draw your attention to a wonderful book, Less than Words Can Say, by Richard Mitchell (Little, Brown and Company, 1979). Mitchell is (was ) editor and publisher of a monthly publication called The Underground Grammarian, and the thesis of his book is essentially that writing is thinking. Here are a few quotes to buttress that thesis: (Page 39) It is no coincidence that the Greeks who first devised discursive prose also constructed formal logic ... Thinking is coherent discourse, and the logic and the prose require one another. (Page 40) [We] have to suspect that coherent, continuous thought is impossible for those who cannot construct coherent, continuous prose. (Page 45) The logic of writing is simply logic; it is not some system of arbitrary conventions interesting only to those who write a lot. All logical thought goes on in the form of statements and statements about statements ... If we cannot make those statements and statements about statements logically, clearly, and coherently, then we cannot think and make knowledge. People who cannot put strings of sentences together in good order cannot think. Yes, good writing does matter.
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