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Comment:Fix typo in documentation. Ticket #1578. (CVS 3124)
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User & Date: drh 2006-03-03 21:39:54
Context
2006-03-06
18:23
Pager performance enhancements. (CVS 3125) check-in: 9c265707 user: drh tags: trunk
2006-03-03
21:39
Fix typo in documentation. Ticket #1578. (CVS 3124) check-in: cb2e009f user: drh tags: trunk
21:38
EXPLAIN sets the length of its text return values correctly. Ticket #1583. (CVS 3123) check-in: 34b560e8 user: drh tags: trunk
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<p>
A collating sequence is implemented as a function that takes the
two strings being compared as inputs and returns negative, zero, or
positive if the first string is less than, equal to, or greater than
the first.
SQLite 3.0 comes with a single built-in collating sequence named "BINARY"
which is implemented using the memcmp() routine from the standard C library.
The BINARY collating sequence works well for English text.  For other
languages or locales, alternative collating sequences may be preferred.
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SQLite version 3.0 is made possible in part by AOL developers
supporting and embracing great Open-Source Software.
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A collating sequence is implemented as a function that takes the
two strings being compared as inputs and returns negative, zero, or
positive if the first string is less than, equal to, or greater than
the second.
SQLite 3.0 comes with a single built-in collating sequence named "BINARY"
which is implemented using the memcmp() routine from the standard C library.
The BINARY collating sequence works well for English text.  For other
languages or locales, alternative collating sequences may be preferred.
</p>

<p>
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<p>
SQLite version 3.0 is made possible in part by AOL developers
supporting and embracing great Open-Source Software.
</p>


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