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Re: New from mssql. Help please

From: "Joe Erickson" <jerickson(at)datavantagecorp(dot)com>
To: "hendro" <hendro(at)connexiasolutions(dot)com>,<pgsql-novice(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Re: New from mssql. Help please
Date: 2004-05-21 12:40:06
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In psql, you can do a \da to list aggregate functions, like max() and sum(), and \df to list functions.  This is probably not the best way to learn the functions though.  A good web site that lists functions is http://www.postgresql.org/docs/7.4/interactive/functions.html



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Subject: [NOVICE] New from mssql. Help please


Hi, 
I'm new here. 
My major problem is working with functions. (previously I use SQL
Server)
For instance, I haven't find a way to alter a function, or to view
function list.
(any keystroke like \d that will display functions ?)
Can anybody suggest a nice place to start? An URL perhaps? 
 
BTW, \? returns nothing in psql. How come?
 
Thanks
Hendro
 


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