Magnus Hagander <mha(at)sollentuna(dot)net> writes:
> Summary of MS:
> When it runs in ANSI mode, null != null.
> When it runs in backwards compatible mode , null=null.
Oh, that's interesting, they fixed their bug.
foo = NULL should produce NULL (*not* true, and *not* false either,
though it'd act like false in a CASE test).
Here is one vote for ripping out our parser kluge and making null act
like it should according to the spec. Comments?
regards, tom lane
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