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Comment:Typo fix. CAST(...TO...) should be CAST(...AS...).
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User & Date: drh 2014-01-29 13:52:10
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2014-01-29
17:10
Add new elements to the 3.8.3 change log. check-in: 7ab25ac60e user: drh tags: trunk
13:52
Typo fix. CAST(...TO...) should be CAST(...AS...). check-in: 64427669a7 user: drh tags: trunk
2014-01-24
23:43
Fix typos in the WITH clause documentation reported on the mailing list. check-in: 5415be54c0 user: drh tags: trunk
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a correlated subquery. ^A correlated subquery is reevaluated each time
its result is required. ^An uncorrelated subquery is evaluated only once
and the result reused as necessary.

<tcl>hd_fragment castexpr {CAST expression} {CAST} {cast} {CAST operator}</tcl>
<h3>CAST expressions</h3>

<p>A CAST expression of the form "CAST(&lt;expr&gt; TO &lt;type-name&gt;)"
is used to convert the value of &lt;expr&gt; to 
a different [storage class] specified by &lt;type-name&gt;.
^A CAST conversion is similar to the conversion that takes
place when a [column affinity] is applied to a value except that with
the CAST operator the conversion always takes place even if the conversion
lossy and irreversible, whereas column affinity only changes the data type
of a value if the change is lossless and reversible.







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a correlated subquery. ^A correlated subquery is reevaluated each time
its result is required. ^An uncorrelated subquery is evaluated only once
and the result reused as necessary.

<tcl>hd_fragment castexpr {CAST expression} {CAST} {cast} {CAST operator}</tcl>
<h3>CAST expressions</h3>

<p>A CAST expression of the form "CAST(&lt;expr&gt; AS &lt;type-name&gt;)"
is used to convert the value of &lt;expr&gt; to 
a different [storage class] specified by &lt;type-name&gt;.
^A CAST conversion is similar to the conversion that takes
place when a [column affinity] is applied to a value except that with
the CAST operator the conversion always takes place even if the conversion
lossy and irreversible, whereas column affinity only changes the data type
of a value if the change is lossless and reversible.