> Thus spake Bruce Momjian
> > Check \df and \fo. There is a >> and << operators that do subnet
> > testing.
> [I assume you meant \do]
> Cool. I checked out what other functions as well. I don't see a couple
> that were discussed early on though. Specifically, how about functions
> to extract the host, the network or the netmask from an address?
> Here are the functions I had suggested.
> netmask('184.108.40.206/24::cidr') == 255.255.255.0
> masklen('220.127.116.11/24::cidr') == 24
> host('18.104.22.168/24::cidr') == 22.214.171.124
> network('126.96.36.199/24::cidr') == 188.8.131.52
> and perhaps;
> class('184.108.40.206/24::cidr') == C
> classnet('220.127.116.11/24::cidr') == 192.3.4
> Can I help code up some of this stuff?
Yes, we need those. Code them up, and I will add them as standard
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