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Re: ultra-newbie question (new to list and postgresql)..

From: Adrian Stovall <AdrianS(at)pfk(dot)com>
To: "Postgresql-novice (E-mail)" <pgsql-novice(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Re: ultra-newbie question (new to list and postgresql)..
Date: 2001-11-13 17:47:19
Message-ID: E32E35E8E60FD411BC2DAAAAFFFFFFFF51A1D4@EXCHANGE002 (view raw or flat)
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Thanks, everybody...I stubmled across a post on the web that mentioned it
just as the replies came in.  \d was exactly what I needed.

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Brett W. McCoy [mailto:bmccoy(at)chapelperilous(dot)net]
>Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2001 11:40 AM
>To: Adrian Stovall
>Cc: Postgresql-novice (E-mail)
>Subject: Re: [NOVICE] ultra-newbie question (new to list and
>postgresql)...
>
>
>On Tue, 13 Nov 2001, Adrian  Stovall wrote:
>
>> Hi all, I have what is likely a very simple question that I 
>couldn't find
>> after running through the online docs or using \h in psql.  
>I just started
>> playing with postgresql yesterday and I can't seem to find 
>out how to view a
>> list of all the tables in a database.  That's all I need to 
>know right now.
>
>If you are using psql, \d will list all tables.  To get a list 
>of all of
>the commands available in psql (not SQL syntax), use \?.
>
>-- Brett
>                                          
>http://www.chapelperilous.net/
>---------------------------------------------------------------
>---------
>polygon:
>	Dead parrot.
>

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