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Comment:Note in the docs that "+ NULL" is NULL.
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User & Date: dan 2010-07-17 15:42:59
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2010-07-17
18:42
Minor changes to the 'Expressions' section of lang.in. check-in: 8ddf5c33ed user: dan tags: trunk
15:42
Note in the docs that "+ NULL" is NULL. check-in: 29da1fe525 user: dan tags: trunk
2010-07-15
18:41
Fix typos in the wal.html document. check-in: ad5454b5e0 user: drh tags: trunk
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<p>^The COLLATE operator can be thought of as a unary postfix
operator.  ^The COLLATE operator has the highest precedence.
^It always binds more tightly than any prefix unary operator or
any binary operator.</p>

<tcl>hd_puts "
<p>^The unary operator [Operator +] is a no-op.  ^It can be applied
to strings, numbers, or blobs and it always gives as its result the
value of the operand.</p>"</tcl>

<p>Note that there are two variations of the equals and not equals
operators.  ^Equals can be either

<tcl>
hd_puts "[Operator =] or [Operator ==].
^The non-equals operator can be either







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<p>^The COLLATE operator can be thought of as a unary postfix
operator.  ^The COLLATE operator has the highest precedence.
^It always binds more tightly than any prefix unary operator or
any binary operator.</p>

<tcl>hd_puts "
<p>^The unary operator [Operator +] is a no-op.  ^It can be applied
to strings, numbers, blobs or NULL and it always returns a result
with the same value as the operand.</p>"</tcl>

<p>Note that there are two variations of the equals and not equals
operators.  ^Equals can be either

<tcl>
hd_puts "[Operator =] or [Operator ==].
^The non-equals operator can be either