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Comment:Fix a typo in the "key format" documentation.
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User & Date: drh 2013-07-18 00:58:38
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2013-07-22
12:28
Changes necessary to get TH4 to compile again. check-in: 15e8dd41a9 user: drh tags: trunk
2013-07-18
00:58
Fix a typo in the "key format" documentation. check-in: 4beefed2c9 user: drh tags: trunk
2013-07-06
23:14
Add tests for sqlite4_num_sub with inf and nan. check-in: ed79d6f7fa user: peterreid tags: trunk
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This note describes how record keys are encoded.  The encoding is designed
such that memcmp() can be used to sort the keys into their proper order.

A key consists of a table number followed by a list of one or more SQL 
values.  Each SQL value in the list has one of the following types:  NULL, 
numeric, text, or binary.  Keys are compared value by value, from left to 
right, until a difference if found. The first difference determines the
key order.

The table number is a [./varint.wiki | varint]
that identifies the table to which the key
belongs.  Table numbers always sort in ASCENDING order.

Each SQL value has a sort-order which is either ASCENDING or DESCENDING.  The







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This note describes how record keys are encoded.  The encoding is designed
such that memcmp() can be used to sort the keys into their proper order.

A key consists of a table number followed by a list of one or more SQL 
values.  Each SQL value in the list has one of the following types:  NULL, 
numeric, text, or binary.  Keys are compared value by value, from left to 
right, until a difference is found. The first difference determines the
key order.

The table number is a [./varint.wiki | varint]
that identifies the table to which the key
belongs.  Table numbers always sort in ASCENDING order.

Each SQL value has a sort-order which is either ASCENDING or DESCENDING.  The