Alon Goldshuv wrote:
> 5) Data integrity and escaping improvements. Treats all characters as data
> (unless it's an escaped delim or EOL) and therefore data
> integrity is preserved. However, some people that already got
> used to the postgres COPY escaping way may want to keep it. They could do so
> by still using the old COPY.

OK, if the COPY file contains:


and the delimiter is '|', what does that represent?  What if there were
a literal '\' followed by a '|' in the data table being dumped?

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