amul sul <> writes:
> It's look like bug in to_timestamp() function when format string has more 
> whitespaces compare to input string, see below: 

No, I think this is a case of "input doesn't match the format string".

As a rule of thumb, using to_timestamp() for input that could be parsed
just fine by the standard timestamp input function is not a particularly
good idea.  to_timestamp() is meant to deal with input that is in a
well-defined format that happens to not be parsable by timestamp_in.
This example doesn't meet either of those preconditions.

                        regards, tom lane

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