Yes this is much clearer.

I got this part working, but some some chars is handled wrong.
I'm using 7.3.1 in windows.

eg. alt 152 is handeld wrong.

there is some encoding problems, any ideas ?
"Joe Conway" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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Stephen Robert Norris wrote:
> Well, no. What it says is that certain values must be escaped (but
> doesn't say which ones). Then it says there are alternate escape
> sequences for some values, which it lists.
>
> It doesn't say "The following table contains the characters which must
> be escaped:", which would be much clearer (and actually useful).

Attached documentation patch updates the wording for bytea input
escaping, per complaint by Stephen Norris above.

Please apply.

Joe



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06:19:28 -0000 *************** *** 1062,1069 **** literal in an SQL
statement. In general, to escape an octet, it is converted into the
three-digit octal number equivalent of its decimal octet value, and preceded
by two ! backslashes. Some octet values have alternate escape sequences, as
! shown in . --- 1062,1070 ---- literal in an SQL statement. In general, to
escape an octet, it is converted into the three-digit octal number
equivalent of its decimal octet value, and preceded by two ! backslashes.
contains the ! characters which must be escaped, and gives the alternate
escape ! sequences where applicable.

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