* Alvaro Herrera (alvhe...@2ndquadrant.com) wrote:
> D'Arcy Cain wrote:
> > I am a pretty heavy user of psql but I don't think that that would be so
> > helpful.  I assume you mean a new option, let's call it "\X" the causes the
> > next query to be expanded.  I type "\X" then a query.  I realize that I made
> > a mistake and have to redo the query so I have to type "\X" again.  If I
> > forget then I have to run the query yet again.
> I think the suggestion is that \G replaces \g (which is the same thing
> as the semicolon).  So you would do this:
> SELECT * FROM table WHERE table_status = 1; % get a short list; normal output
> SELECT * FROM table WHERE table_id = 123 \G % drill down to one ID

Uh, I figured it was more like \g, which just re-runs the last query..
As in, you'd do:

table pg_proc; % blargh, I can't read it like this
\G % ahh, much nicer



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