An unexpected result from the PHP manual: odbc_setoption()

A few days ago in IRC, Johannes quoted the odbc_setoption() documentation. The quoted awesomeness speaks for itself so here’s a snippet from the odbc_setoption() PHP manual page:

“However, if on a particular job it can make PHP work so your
boss doesn’t tell you to use a commercial product, that’s all
that really matters.”

This description has been there for over 13 years but I failed to locate the origin. So to whoever wrote this, kudos to you, and down with the man! ;)

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