Jose Ig Mendez, 13.07.2011 09:36:
> Hi everybody,
> I'm trying to compare in a sentence like this (using PostGres 8.3) :
> select * from myTable where id_integer IN ('1,2,3,4')
> I want to get the records which key "id_integer" is 1 or 2 or 3 or 4. the type od my "id", of course, is integer.
> I've tried many differents ways but I cannot get the result I want.
> I would like to cast the integer parameter I cannot change the part after "IN" it has to be a "string list".
> Do I have to use a function ? I would like not to use it.
> How can I compare a key (integer) with a lists of values ?
Just leave out the quotes:
where id_integer IN (1,2,3,4)
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