Another SQL question

Bob Sneidar bobs at
Wed Feb 4 13:15:29 EST 2009

Oh ic. Thanks for that insight. I was wondering how to get rid of the  
"useless hits" I get all the time. That will help alot.

Bob Sneidar
IT Manager
Logos Management
Calvary Chapel CM

On Feb 4, 2009, at 3:19 AM, Kay C Lan wrote:

> On Tue, Feb 3, 2009 at 5:46 AM, Bob Sneidar <bobs at> wrote:
>> Wow! Not in my reference manual it's not. 11.2 is "Numeric Types".  
>> But then
>> I downloaded the PDF manual. Seems that it is either out of date or  
>> not
>> "exactly" correct. I also searched for IN() in the manual and came  
>> up with
>> squadouch.
> In my 5.0.4 pdf version it appears on page 591 under Chap 12  
> Functions and
> Operators, 12.1.3 Comparison Functions.
> The entry is:
> expr IN (value,...)
> If you are using Preview on OSX you need to type the above in quotes  
> into
> the search field and uncheck the box "Group by Section", otherwise,  
> without
> quotes you'll get a bunch of useless hits, and if you leave the  
> Group by
> section box ticked, it will take you to page one of Section 12.1.3  
> which is
> not where the info you're looking for is at.
> Also typing " in()" into the search field, noting the space before  
> the i,
> quoting the selection and unchecking Group by section, yields half a  
> dozen
> results of which the first 3 are useful and the last 3 are just  
> references
> to bug fixes to IN()
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