Adriaan van Os wrote:
> Bruce Momjian wrote:
> > Strangely, this was reported before, but not until November of 2006:
> > 
> >
> That was a follow up on this thread 
> <>.

Interesting.  In this thread the reason for the current behavior is
given as:

> I presume the reason for that is that the first paramater can be
> qualified:
> select pg_get_serial_sequence('"public"."FOO"', 'Ff1');

Would someone explain why qualification makes us lowercase the first
parameter by default?  I don't understand it well enough to document it.
I notice this does not work:

        test=> SELECT pg_get_serial_sequence('"Test"', '"Xx"');

So do we just say because quotes might be needed to distinguish the
schame from the table name, we don't auto-quote the first parameter?

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