Peter Eisentraut <peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net> writes:
> Rod Taylor wrote:
>> If that was IS, then foo(x is 13) makes sense.
> I like that syntax. For example
> select interest(amount is 500.00, rate is 1.3)
> is very readable, yet brief.
Yes, that does read well. And "IS" is already a keyword. We might have
to promote it from func_name_keyword to fully reserved status, but that
doesn't seem like a big loss. I could go with this.
(We still need to check SQL200x though ...)
regards, tom lane
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