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peterchen wrote:
It's known as PNAMUT - Pretentious Name for Muddling Through.

Correct, but not very catchy Smile | :)

peterchen wrote:
The purpose of the data layer method (as you call it) is to protect the application against changes; e.g. a new privacy regulation mandates you may not track age, only states such as "above minimum drinking age".

That was a contrived example but I agree: it's certainly not High Church.

Nick

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