Andy Shellam <andy-lists(at)networkmail(dot)eu> writes:
> I know about the <> and !=, for some reason != has always made better sense to me to read, so I tend to write it that way.
Yeah, a lot of people prefer != ... that's why we provide it as an
alias for <>. There's no functional difference.
regards, tom lane
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