Mark Dilger wrote:

Wouldn't a 4-byte numeric be a "float4" and an 8-byte numeric be a "float8". I'm not sure I see the difference.

Nevermind. I don't normally think about numeric as anything other than an arbitrarily large floating point type. But it does differ in that you can specify the range you want it to cover.


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