> 1. Supports usual programming features like maps, sorting, etc.
> 2. Can return sets.
> 3. Supports cursors.
> 4. Allows function definitions to be source.
> #1 eliminates PL/pgSQL.
> #2 eliminates PL/Tcl
> #3 eliminates PL/Python
> #4 eliminates PL/Java
Uh.. no PL "eliminates" any other PL for most values of "elimination" I
know of. What exactly is it you want, here?
> I didn't look at Perl because I don't like Perl (just my personal
Well, what language *do* you like?
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