On Friday 27 October 2006 02:25, Sandeep Khandelwal wrote:
> I would like to get field's name, datatype of each field, length of each
> field and precision of each field of a PostgreSQL table. Please let me SQL
> query to get this information.
See these two chapters in the postgresql docs:
Each has advantages over the other.
Also, if you start psql with the flag --echo-hidden, when you do commands like
\dt and \d+, psql will show you the sql it uses to produce that output.
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