On 3 February 2011 10:54, Bruce Momjian <bruce(at)momjian(dot)us> wrote:
> It seems LIKE is considering the trailing CHAR(10) field spaces as
> significant, even though our documentations says:
-- snip --
> It says trailing spaces are not significant for character comparisons
> --- the real question is whether LIKE is a comparison. Obvioiusly '='
> is a comparison, but the system does not treat LIKE as a comparison in
> terms of trailing spaces. Is that desired behavior?
Interesting. I would have to say that from the user point of view,
LIKE is definitely a comparison, and if the rest of the operators on
bpchar ignore whitespace then LIKE ought to as well.
Is the situation the same for regex matches (~ operators)?
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