> > > In psql, if a list of entries in an IN ( ) statement is
> > > split across several lines, missing commas are not
> > > flagged as errors, but the entries immediately before
> > > and after the missing comma are ignored
> > Does anyone want to guess on a cause?
> *raises hand* I know! I know!!
> You are seeing the allowed, accepted, and required string
> concatenation feature of SQL92:
> postgres=> select
> postgres-> 'hi'
> postgres-> ' there';
> hi there
> (1 row)
Wow, that is interesting, and would have been quite hard to find the
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