On 8/30/06, Bruce Momjian <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
I thought about this, and because we are placing two pieces of
information on the same line, it seems "|" is the best choice.
Good idea. It's far more readable with a pipe.
Oh. You want to pull the parameters out of that. I am thinking you
need something that will go over the line character by character with
some type of state machine, rather than just regex.
Yes, that's what I did but I usually prefer a regex.
I confirm it now works with NULL. I'm just wondering if the notation
is really consistent:
$result = pg_execute($dbconn, "insert_query", array(null));
DETAIL: prepare: INSERT INTO shop (name) VALUES($1) | bind: $1 = NULL
$result = pg_execute($dbconn, "insert_query", array(4));
DETAIL: prepare: INSERT INTO shop (name) VALUES($1) | bind: $1 = '4'
But I don't think it's possible to have 4 in this case. Can you confirm?
I have all the different cases parsed correctly by my parser and I can
build the query from the logs so it's OK for me. In the above case,
with an int, I remove the quotes if the content is numeric. It's not
perfect but I suppose it will be OK most of the time.
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