Clive Page <cgp(at)star(dot)le(dot)ac(dot)uk> writes:
> The problems come with LN and LOG which Postgres uses for logarithms to
> base e and 10 respectively: the JDBC standard uses LOG and LOG10
> respectively, so that any fix would mean LOG changed its meaning. I don't
> see an easy solution here; maybe both LOGE and LOG10 could be provided, at
> least there would then be only one difference from the JDBC standard.
loge() strikes me as pointless; you might as well just use ln().
I don't have any objections to the other proposed additions though.
regards, tom lane
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