Neil Conway wrote:
> The attached patch is my first attempt at implementing table functions
> for PL/PgSQL.
> - inside PL/PgSQL, the application developer can add another
> tuple to the result set by using RETURN NEXT. PL/PgSQL takes
> care of creating a tuple store, etc etc.
If memory serves, the syntax another major database is using is
RETURN ... AND RESUME;
And you're right, the parser is a nightmare. Sorry for that.
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