Fight! But more seriously - people tend to use various data types, and there have been some myths about them, so let's see how it really boils down. First of all - All those data types are internally saved using the same ...

Today, on #postgresql on IRC, guy (can't contact him now to get his permission to name him), said: I have a table called problematic_hostnames. It contains a list of banned hostnames in column "hostname" (varchar). I would like to display the ...

SoftNum asked on irc: < SoftNum> does postgresql have a config option to automatically trim (both ' ' from blah) on string compares? So, can you? Of course there is no such option, but maybe there is a way to tell PostgreSQL to ...

MySQL has this nifty/annoying feature/bug of special data type "TIMESTAMP". It is like a DATETIME, but it gets automatically updated whenever you modify the row. I'll try to add the same feature to PostgreSQL.