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I agree with the commenters who argue for the value in a library that wraps strings that happen to be SQL statements, but none that I saw touched on this point: I think most users of such a library will have to know SQL. These libraries seem to have a one-to-one matching between concepts in them, and concepts in SQL. Hence, the point is not protecting developers from learning SQL (because you can't, for these needs), but in finding the least painful way of integrating SQL into the application logic.



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