I have been trying to get postgresql 8.2 to create sql insert commands which,
for a field of type byteA with back-slashes, are in the form E'xxx\yy\zz'
I assume that the same cannot be done with postgresql versions 7.
I have found how to turn off the warning if the insert used a back-slash as an
escape character (ie. in the form 'xxx\\yy\\zz').
I am in the process of changing from version 7.4 to 8.2 and from what I
understand the correct way to have the insert is without the escape
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