On December 26, 5:19 am David Fetter <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> It doesn't need the semicolon.  PL/PgSQL's BEGIN is different from
> SQL's. :)

Exactly. Note that my patch _removes_ the semicolon. If you put it in a
plpgsql function definition as in the example from the docs you get a
syntax error.

> >  -BEGIN;
> >  +BEGIN


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