On 2016-01-14 20:33, Tom Lane wrote:
Pavel Stehule <pavel.steh...@gmail.com> writes:
Probably there is less risk than 7 years ago, but still creating own
syntax isn't the best idea. This is syntactic sugar only and different
from ANSi SQL or common standard.


It's more than syntactic sugar; you are going to have to invent semantics,
as well, because it's less than clear what partial-field assignments
should do.

I don't really care for such. In my opinion it would be fine if this simply was only "syntactic sugar", and trying to do any tricks like this would simply raise an exception.


.m


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