"Pavel Stehule" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
>     x, y := r;

That strikes me as a really bad idea.  It weakens both syntax and
semantic error checking, to accomplish how much?

It's same as select into or execute into (using same code). And behave is like row variable := row variable. I am not sure if it's good idea. But it's can be usefull when you have out variables and you have to fill them. There are not control for count of arguments, but types are checked.

I can understand so this topic is little bit controvers. And maybe we don't need this statements, if we have this possibility in fore and fors stmts.

Pavel Stehule

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