"Raymond O'Donnell" <rod(at)iol(dot)ie> writes:
> On 28/08/2008 22:26, Bill wrote:
>> someone confirm that currval() returns the the value for the connection
>> from which it is called?
> Yes, see here:
> and specifically a little further down the page on "currval":
A general comment on those pages is that the tabular lists of functions
are intended to give one-liner descriptions of what the functions do.
For cases where a one-liner isn't sufficient, there's a sentence or a
paragraph following the table.
I don't find this layout remarkably intuitive myself, but I wonder
whether anyone has a concrete plan for making it better?
regards, tom lane
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