> >> it would be really a good idea to allow SELECT without INTO in plpgsql.
> > SELECT without INTO is useless in plpgsql - because you have to drop
> not if you're calling a function:
> select func();
> or calling bunch of functions:
SELECT func(param) FROM some_subselect_with_params;
or if you do not have writable CTEs yet and have a dream of calling
INSERT INTO some_table_with_data ...
And, ernestly, if it were useless to have SELECT without INTO in plpgsql,
there also would be no PERFORM command in plpgsql...
-- Valentine Gogichashvili
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