Andrew - Supernews wrote:
On 2007-03-04, William ZHANG <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Here is the steps to reproduce it in CVS HEAD:
backend> select -1 !=-1;

This arguably isn't a bug, because != is not a standard SQL operator, and
therefore !=- can legitimately be defined as a single operator by the user.

I missed the first post and can't seem to search for it - so correct me if I am missing something.

Isn't the problem here a missing space? != is a valid operator and -1 is the value you are comparing to. !=-1 is not valid but != -1 is correct and what I assume you are looking to achieve.

The negation operator goes with the int being negated and is not part of the comparison operator != the space is needed there to separate the two.


Shane Ambler

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