On Tue, 2003-11-25 at 11:24, Tom Lane wrote:
> Robert Treat <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > !     SELECT INTO users_rec * FROM users WHERE user_id=3;
> > --- 986,993 ----
> > !     SELECT * FROM users WHERE user_id=3 INTO users_rec;
> Why do you want to change the example to disagree with the advice given
> just above?
> : At present, the INTO clause can appear almost anywhere in the SELECT
> : statement, but it is recommended to place it immediately after the
> : SELECT key word as depicted above. Future versions of PL/pgSQL may be
> : less forgiving about placement of the INTO clause.
>                       regards, tom lane

guess that was an unconscious change made on my part. I tend to use that
format for writing functions since I feel it is more clear to read.

Actually if I had my druthers I'd probably remove that "advice"
entirely, but either way that change can be disregarded, but removal of
the "full_name varchar" line should still be done.  

Robert Treat
Build A Brighter Lamp :: Linux Apache {middleware} PostgreSQL

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