I am trying to get all the tables within a database,
which is equivalent to commandline "select \dt" after "pgsql mydb" gets
connected. I need this to
be written in C/C++ program, it would be something
similar to myPgConnection.ExecCommandOk("select * from
mydb") according to my own naive thought. I know there
is a table pg_database(or whatever) which contains all
databases created, is there a correspondent in any
database, or what is the alternative way to get all
tables from the databases?
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