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From: Tatsuo Ishii <ishii(at)postgresql(dot)org>
To: pgsql-hackers(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: broken doc
Date: 2007-03-02 05:32:42
Message-ID: 20070302.143242.32720876.t-ishii@sraoss.co.jp (view raw or flat)
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CVS HEAD doc won't compile due to broken mark up. Please someone
commit following patches if they are appropreate. 

Also please do not commit broken sgml files without trying to compile
them.
--
Tatsuo Ishii
SRA OSS, Inc. Japan

Index: array.sgml
===================================================================
RCS file: /cvsroot/pgsql/doc/src/sgml/array.sgml,v
retrieving revision 1.58
diff -c -r1.58 array.sgml
*** array.sgml	20 Feb 2007 14:54:47 -0000	1.58
--- array.sgml	2 Mar 2007 05:29:24 -0000
***************
*** 243,254 ****
  (1 row)
  </programlisting>
  
    If any dimension is written as a slice, i.e contains a colon, then all
    dimensions are treated as slices.  If a dimension is missing, it is
    assumed to be <literal>[1:1]</>.  If a dimension has only a single
    number (no colon), that dimension is treated as being from <literal>1</>
    to the number specified.  For example, <literal>[2]</> is treated as
!   <literal>[1:2], as in this example:
  
  <programlisting>
  SELECT schedule[1:2][2] FROM sal_emp WHERE name = 'Bill';
--- 243,257 ----
  (1 row)
  </programlisting>
  
+ </para>
+ 
+ <para>
    If any dimension is written as a slice, i.e contains a colon, then all
    dimensions are treated as slices.  If a dimension is missing, it is
    assumed to be <literal>[1:1]</>.  If a dimension has only a single
    number (no colon), that dimension is treated as being from <literal>1</>
    to the number specified.  For example, <literal>[2]</> is treated as
!   <literal>[1:2]</>, as in this example:
  
  <programlisting>
  SELECT schedule[1:2][2] FROM sal_emp WHERE name = 'Bill';
[t-ishii(at)localhost sgml]$ 

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