>If it is implemented in the server I would implement it.
>However, it isn't implemented in the server and so
>there's no recommended way to store 0s in strings now.
>Even if 0s are stored in strings accidentally like your
>example shows, there are few code which take them into
>account and they would be lost before long. As for me
>I've never minded 0s in strings in the backend coding.
>I don't think your request is unreasonable but what
>you should request the change first seems from the
I will ask on pgsql-hackers and then return to ODBC.
Thank you very much for your help.
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