Github user jodersky commented on a diff in the pull request:
    --- Diff: 
    @@ -74,6 +107,31 @@ class RegexpExpressionsSuite extends SparkFunSuite with 
ExpressionEvalHelper {
         checkEvaluation("a\nb" like regEx, true, create_row("a%b"))
         checkEvaluation(Literal.create(null, StringType) like regEx, null, 
    +    checkEvaluation("" like regEx, true, create_row(""))
    +    checkEvaluation("a" like regEx, false, create_row(""))
    +    checkEvaluation("" like regEx, false, create_row("a"))
    +    checkEvaluation("""\\\\""" like regEx, true, create_row("""%\\%"""))
    +    checkEvaluation("""%%""" like regEx, true, create_row("""%%"""))
    +    checkEvaluation("""\__""" like regEx, true, create_row("""\\\__"""))
    +    checkEvaluation("""\\\__""" like regEx, false, 
    +    checkEvaluation("""_\\\%""" like regEx, false, create_row("""%\\"""))
    +    // scalastyle:off nonascii
    +    checkEvaluation("a\u20ACa" like regEx, true, create_row("_\u20AC_"))
    +    checkEvaluation("a€a" like regEx, true, create_row("_€_"))
    +    checkEvaluation("a€a" like regEx, true, create_row("_\u20AC_"))
    +    checkEvaluation("a\u20ACa" like regEx, true, create_row("_€_"))
    +    // scalastyle:on nonascii
    +    // TODO: should throw an exception?
    --- End diff --
    > The escape character must be a single character no more than two bytes in 
length. It can only appear in the pattern string if it is followed by itself, a 
percent sign, or an underscore.
    does this mean that PostgreSQL's behaviour is wrong? Should spark throw an 
exception in point 2?

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