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> Tom Lane writes:
> > > INSERT INTO my_table VALUES (a, b, c, DEFAULT, x, y, z, ...);
> > I think that is legal SQL92 syntax, but Postgres doesn't accept it
> > at present.
> We do support INSERT .. DEFAULT VALUES, so I guessed too far.
We do? What does the DEFAULT do?
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