Neil Conway <neilc(at)samurai(dot)com> writes:
> Why I think the patch is a good idea: 900 line functions are almost
> universally bad (in fact, I'd be tempted to remove the "almost").
[ shrug... ] 900 line functions that consist of absolutely independent
case arms are not any harder to read than the alternative. I won't
stand in the way of you doing this, but I think you could find more
profitable uses for your time.
regards, tom lane
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