2011/6/26 Vincent Veyron <vv(dot)lists(at)wanadoo(dot)fr>:
> Le dimanche 26 juin 2011 à 00:05 -0700, Darren Duncan a écrit :
>> Michael Nolan wrote:
>> Having real BOOLEAN is just one of the reasons I like Postgres the most.
> Would you mind giving an example of where a boolean field would be a win
> over an integer one?
everywhere, where you require readability. For me a FALSE is more
readable than 1 <> 0 or TRUE instead 1 = 1
> I'm asking this because I frequently wonder what is best for my use; I
> normally query postgres via Perl modules, which don't care about boolean
> (the driver converts t/f to 0/1), but I like to tune my fields properly.
sure, it depends on fact if outer environment knows or doesn't know a
> Vincent Veyron
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