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Report misprint in Documentation

Juan Francisco Benítez López
I want to report that in your documentation for the last version of SQLite
exists a misprint. On the following website:
http://sqlite.org/datatype3.html , in the 4 appendage, the first line:
"SQLite version 3 has the usual set of SQL comparison operators including
"=", "==", "<", "<=", ">", ">=", "!=", "", "IN", "NOT IN", "BETWEEN", "IS",
and "IS NOT", ."
 After the operator '!=' doesn't appear any operator. I suppose that the
empty one is the operator '<>'. And at the end of the line, there is a
'extra' comma that shouldn't be there.

I hope that my message can help to fix the problem.

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Juan Francisco Benítez López
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Re: Report misprint in Documentation

KlaasV
Indeed, in the page you refer to is missing the operator "<>" documented here:

http://sqlite.org/rowvalue.html#syntax

Juan Francisco Benítez López wrote on Tue, 9 May 2017 12:35:38 +0200:

>...
>"SQLite version 3 has the usual set of SQL comparison operators including
>"=", "==", "<", "<=", ">", ">=", "!=", "", "IN", "NOT IN", "BETWEEN", "IS",
>and "IS NOT", ."
>After the operator '!=' doesn't appear any operator. I suppose that the
>empty one is the operator '<>'.
>...

Kind regards | Vriendelijke groeten | Cordiali saluti,
Klaas `Z4us` van Buiten V, Experienced Freelance ICT-Guy
https://www.linkedin.com/in/klaas-van-buiten-0325b2102
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Re: Report misprint in Documentation

Stephan Mueller
Klaas Van B. wrote:
" Indeed, in the page you refer to is missing the operator "<>" documented here:
"
" https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fsqlite.org%2Frowvalue.html%23syntax&data=02%7C01%7CStephan.Mueller%40microsoft.com%7C1581cbb9304944c7d4d208d496d91ad4%7C72f988bf86f141af91ab2d7cd011db47%7C1%7C0%7C636299306582232473&sdata=d8k9bPft6izHZBmEPqIgn2%2F%2FgWEcXkoXtPo06spwxGY%3D&reserved=0
"
" Juan Francisco Benítez López wrote on Tue, 9 May 2017 12:35:38 +0200:
"
">...
">"SQLite version 3 has the usual set of SQL comparison operators including
">"=", "==", "<", "<=", ">", ">=", "!=", "", "IN", "NOT IN", "BETWEEN", "IS",
">and "IS NOT", ."
">After the operator '!=' doesn't appear any operator. I suppose that the
">empty one is the operator '<>'.
">...

I believe Klaas and Juan are referring to different pages.  On the page Juan cites (https://sqlite.org/datatype3.html), there is indeed an empty "" after "!=" -- perhaps the text <> was interpreted as an empty HTML tag at some processing step?  The page Klaas references (http://sqlite.org/rowvalue.html#syntax) does include <>, but is missing == and !=.  Mind you, Juan's page doesn't claim an exhaustive list -- just that the comparison operators are those "including" the given list (but the empty "" certainly seems unintentional.)

Perhaps some minor edits to both pages are worthwhile.

stephan();

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