Gregory Stark wrote:
> "Rafael Azevedo" <rafael(at)webpro(dot)com(dot)br> writes:
> > Unstead of having to type all the insert syntax, using ("column") names, you
> > could do the same as MySQL does.
> > for example:
> > INSERT INTO Table SET
> > "Field1" = 'text',
> > "Field2" = 'text';
> > So it would make it easier and faster to develop applications using Postgre.
> I'm a bit mystified here. What exactly about this syntax is easier or faster?
> You still have to list all the column names. It looks like it would require
> just as much typing as the regular syntax, no?
> Or is it that you get to reuse the same string you use for doing an update?
As far as I can see, the _feature_ is matching MySQL optional
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