On Monday, 20 June 2016 8:53 PM, Alex Ignatov <a.igna...@postgrespro.ru> wrote:

>>On 13.06.2016 18:52, amul sul wrote:
>And it wont stop on some simple whitespace. By using to_timestamp you 
>can get any output results by providing illegal input parameters values:

>postgres=# SELECT TO_TIMESTAMP('2016-06-13 99:99:99', 'YYYYMMDD 
>       to_timestamp
>  2016-01-06 14:40:39+03
> (1 row)

We do consume extra space from input string, but not if it is in format string, 
see below:

postgres=# SELECT TO_TIMESTAMP('2016-06-13      15:43:36', 'YYYY/MM/DD 
2016-06-13 15:43:36-07
(1 row)

We should have same treatment for format string too.

Thoughts? Comments?

Amul Sul

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