On Monday 09 April 2007 13:55, L Chou wrote:
> Hi, I am writing perl code and using DBI to connect to the postgreSQL
> database. I found that if the column type is varchar, then the return
> value of this column will always be double quoted. Is there a way that I
> could remove the double quote from the return value? since if I use a
> compound statement and used the return value to query the database, then
> PostgreSQL doen't recognize the double quote. If I put extra single quote
> around the return value, then the value has extra two double quote around
> it, and it doesn't match any record in the database.
> Please advise if there is any way to remove the double quote.
DBI isn't doing this, I don't think. Did the data contain quotes when you
loaded them? Are the quotes present in pgAdmin III or psql?
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