"Zeugswetter Andreas DCP SD" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
>> Hm, I've never seen anyone spell "less than or equal to" as 
>> "=<", so I'm not sure where you derive "=<@" from?  Not 
>> saying "no", but the other seems clearer to me.

> Yes, but to me too =<@ seems more natural since we started with @> and <@.
> Tom, your argument would more match your original @> and @<, but then it
> would imply @>= and @<=, imho.

Well, I'm reading it as "a comparison operator with @ plastered on the
side of the larger object", not a mirror-image thing.  But maybe we
should just stick with @> and <@ as per the ltree precedent, and not
worry about leaving room for strict inclusion tests.

                        regards, tom lane

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