Tatsuo Ishii wrote:

> IMO, it's a bug or at least an inconsistency

Personally I don't see this change being good for everything.

Let's play devil's advocate:

create table abc(U&"foo\2003" int);

U+2003 is 'EM SPACE', in Unicode's General Punctuation block.

With the current version, format('%I', attname) on this column is:
"foo "

With the patched version, it produces this:
foo 

So the visual hint that there are more characters at the end is lost.

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