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51.4. Example

The following sequence of commands will create the table test_table with OID 420, having two columns cola and colb of type int4 and text, respectively, and insert two rows into the table.

create test_table 420 (cola = int4, colb = text)
open test_table
insert OID=421 ( 1 "value1" )
insert OID=422 ( 2 _null_ )
close test_table


 
 
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