I am not totally confident about it but my first guess is that it is not
possible. Because all data type "in" functions expect a char* as argument
from the world outside.
On 1/25/07, Shoaib Naazir <je_shoaib(at)hotmail(dot)com> wrote:
> I am working on an application using PostgreSQL. I need to send date to
> PostgreSQL in binary format using the libpq interface. I have walked through
> the PostgreSQL code base, did find some reference to the date/time binary
> format but didn't get the exact format. To much code to digest in one parse
> Can you please provide me with any good reference to the exact binary
> format dbserver expect for date/time. I just can't use the text format :(.
> Any reference material, paper, web page or a mail specifying the exact
> binary date/time format will do.
> Thanks in advance. I really appreciate your time.
> Shoaib Naazir.
> *Artificial intelligence is no match for natural
> stupidity. *
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