Sorry. I tried to get it updated for 7.1 a little too early this time.
Let me add a mention in the FAQ now.
> In your FAQ on at 'http://www.postgresql.org/docs/faq-english.html',
> Question 4.13 refers to the ILIKE operator, which does NOT exist in
> any current versions of PostgreSQL. According to the mailing list
> archives, it is slated for inclusion in the 7.1 release - but to
> include it in the FAQ before then is misleading (I just spent an hour
> trying to get it to work!).
> ----- Quote from the web page -----
> 4.13) How do I perform regular expression searches and
> case-insensitive regular expression searches?
> The ~ operator does regular expression matching, and ~* does
> case-insensitive regular expression matching. The case-insensitive
> variant of LIKE is called ILIKE.
> ----- End Quote -----
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