On Thu, Dec 22, 2005 at 10:18:16AM +0100, Pavel Stehule wrote:
Hello

Now, statements EXECUTE INTO and SELECT INTO allow using list of scalars.
FORe and FORs allow only ROW o RECORD VARIABLE. I'll plan and I did it
enhance this stmts:

<for> := FOR <target> IN {SELECT | EXECUTE} ... LOOP
<target> := {row|record|comma separated list of scalar vars}

<assign> := <target2> ':=' <expression>
<target2> := {row|record|variable|'ROW(' comma separated list of scalar
vars ')'}
How about:

<target2> := {row|record|variable|'[ROW](' comma separated list of scalar vars ')'}

instead, where the ROW is optional?

Cheers,
D
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