> > Well, I guess the question is: if we don't offer some builtin way to
> > non-standard formats built into company products, will those
> > their format or just not use PostgreSQL?
> Well, there is an advantage that Postgres has that some others don't:
> can extend Postgres pretty easily. That suggests to me a reason to be
> conservative in what we "build in". This is consistent with the
> "Be conservative in what you send, and liberal in what you accept."
Well, then the uuid input function should most likely disregard all -,
and accept the 4x-, 8x- formats and the like on input.
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