Ben <bench(at)silentmedia(dot)com> writes:
> Is there such a thing?
No. If you are working in C, it's possible to make multiple pg_proc
entries pointing to the same C function, but this is a tedious way to
do things; and it doesn't scale to large numbers of arguments.
> My guess is there isn't, but I'm trying to figure
> out how to encapsulate some "select where foo=a [and foo=b [and foo=c
> [...]]]" logic into a stored proc, and that would be an elegant way to
> do it.
Perhaps pass the a,b,c values as an array?
regards, tom lane
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