Dennis Bjorklund <db(at)zigo(dot)dhs(dot)org> writes:
> It's not much text, but someone who speaks english might want to look at
Two trivial comments:
1. We usually leave spaces around brackets in syntax definitions, so
I'd go for "... [ argname ] ..." not "... [argname] ..."
Also, check that the resulting format looks good in psql's \h output.
You might need to fool with spacing/line breaks to make it look good.
2. The grammar in your description is a bit off; it would read better as
The name of an argument. Some languages (currently only PL/pgSQL) let
you use the name in the function body. For other languages the
argument name is just extra documentation.
Otherwise, apply away.
regards, tom lane
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