On Tue, Nov 13, 2001 at 11:05:33AM -0600, Adrian Stovall wrote:
> Hi all, I have what is likely a very simple question that I couldn't find
> after running through the online docs or using \h in psql. I just started
> playing with postgresql yesterday and I can't seem to find out how to view a
> list of all the tables in a database. That's all I need to know right now.
\h lists help for the sql commands. Try \? to get help on psql-builtin
commands. These are btw. implemented using sql, to see what psql
really does use psql -E. To list all tables use \dt.
- Einar Karttunen
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