Gregory Stark wrote:
Bruce Momjian <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

The original thinking was to use CONCURRENT, and CREATE CONCURRENT INDEX
sounded like a different type of index, not a different way to build the
index.  I don't think CONCURRENTLY has that problem, so CREATE
CONCURRENTLY INDEX sounds good.  To read in English, it would be read as

That doesn't sound like English at all to me.

Fwiw, I think the best option was what Tom did. The gotcha I tripped on seems
pretty minor to me.

It's a form of construction my father (who was a noted orator) loved to use, maybe a little too much. It is arguably slightly archaic, but nevertheless quite grammatical ;-) I agree that these days it is more idiomatic to defer the adverb until after the object of the verb in most cases.



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