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what's a better code design priciple?

Hey folks,

I am at a cross roads in the development of a little application.
What's better in the interest of performance and (more importantly) code

	a) use multiple simple SQL queries requiring additional code 
	b) increase SQL complexibilty, use one query and reduce code size

Comments?  Obviously it's tough to gauge the best solution without knowing
my design in detail, but I was wondering if there were some hacker
standards I should go by...

- Christoph

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