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PostgreSQL Reference Manual - Volume 1A: The SQL Language

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PostgreSQL Reference Manual - Volume 1A: The SQL Language
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Publisher: Network Theory Ltd.
ISBN/ASIN: 1906966044

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This manual is part of the official reference documentation for PostgreSQL 9.0. It describes the SQL language specification as implemented by PostgreSQL, including syntax, data types, functions and operators, indexes and transactions. The new XML datatypes and full-text index support of PostgreSQL 9 are also fully documented.

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