Neil Conway wrote:
> On Wed, 2003-10-22 at 13:26, Bruce Momjian wrote:
> > >      * Cause FETCH 1 to return the next cursor row, or zero if at
> >                                      ----
> > >        beginning/end of cursor, per SQL spec (Bruce)
> That's better, but still wrong: what does it mean for FETCH 1 to "return
> zero if at the beginning/end of cursor"? If we're at the end of the
> cursor, we return an empty result set, not "zero".

Yes, it is mixing the return row with the return value of zero --- hence
we need to revisit this.  I can't even remember how this is different
from 7.3.  I remember applying these changes at the direction of others,
and not fully understanding all the issues.

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