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Comment:Mark the affinity.html file as obsolete. (CVS 2031)
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User & Date: drh 2004-10-26 16:33:15
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2004-10-26
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Move affinity.html into the attic. (CVS 2032) check-in: 87a3c668 user: drh tags: trunk
16:33
Mark the affinity.html file as obsolete. (CVS 2031) check-in: 09de96b6 user: drh tags: trunk
00:08
Fix a bug in the ".databases" command of the command-line shell. Ticket #973 (CVS 2030) check-in: 507d8e6f user: drh tags: trunk
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<H1 CLASS="western" ALIGN=CENTER>SQLite v3 Value Storage and
Collation</H1>
<P>This document is a collection of notes describing the proposed
SQLite v3 type affinity and collation sequence features.</P>



<H2 CLASS="western">1. Storage Classes</H2>
<P>Version 2 of SQLite stores all column values as ASCII text.
Version 3 enhances this by providing the ability to store integer and
real numbers in a more compact format and the capability to store
BLOB data.</P>
<P>Each value stored in an SQLite database (or manipulated by the
database engine) has one of the following storage classes:</P>







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	</STYLE>
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<BODY LANG="en-US">
<H1 CLASS="western" ALIGN=CENTER>SQLite v3 Value Storage and
Collation</H1>
<P>This document is a collection of notes describing the proposed
SQLite v3 type affinity and collation sequence features.</P>
<P><FONT color="red">*** Some of the information in this file is obsolete.
This file is of historical interest only. Do not use this file as a basis
for new work. ***</FONT></P>
<H2 CLASS="western">1. Storage Classes</H2>
<P>Version 2 of SQLite stores all column values as ASCII text.
Version 3 enhances this by providing the ability to store integer and
real numbers in a more compact format and the capability to store
BLOB data.</P>
<P>Each value stored in an SQLite database (or manipulated by the
database engine) has one of the following storage classes:</P>