Jered Floyd <jered(at)permabit(dot)com> writes:
> More curious is that it can't handle '\134' either, implying that
> multiple levels of parsing are going on.
You're right, there are multiple levels of parsing going on. The
string-literal parser gets first crack before the type-specific
input converter does. If you don't allow for that when counting
backslashes etc, you'll get confused for sure.
regards, tom lane
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