Greg Sabino Mullane wrote:
> Alvaro suggests:
> > To avoid the usage of unadorned "help" (which I don't think is going to
> > ever cause conflicts with a SQL command but perhaps it's better to be
> > prepared), one idea would be to respond with "please execute \help
> > instead", and then \help would emit the verbose output.
> Ugh. Why make people do two steps?
That was a side thought anyway, just to avoid the argument of "what will
we do when SQL decrees that HELP is a keyword to do something else".
Does anyone know if Oracle or DB2's command line tools have "help"
Alvaro Herrera http://www.CommandPrompt.com/
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