Am Donnerstag, 17. August 2006 20:05 schrieb Chris Mair:
> \gc sounds like a good idea to me :)

Strictly speaking, in the randomly defined grammer of psql, \gc is \g with an 
argument of 'c' (try it, it works).

I'm not sure what use case you envision for this feature.  Obviously, this is 
for queries with large result sets.  I'd guess that people will not normally 
look at those result sets interactively.  If the target audience is instead 
psql scripting, you don't really need the most convenient command possible.  
A \set variable would make sense to me.

Peter Eisentraut

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