PgManage 1.0b2 released.
PgManage 1.0b2 released.
Command Prompt is pleased to announce PgManage version 1.0b. This release adds two major features, 3 major bug fixes and over a dozen changes and improvements. PgManage is a Postgres centered multi-database management Open Source project.
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PgManage is a Postgres centered multi-database management Open Source project. It is a fork of the previously well received project OmniDB that had been abandoned. Command Prompt has taken the helm of this project to ensure a quality project focused on the Management of PostgreSQL and related technologies.
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When working with float data types, order of operations will affect the ending value.
Python 3.7.3 (default, Jul 25 2020, 13:03:44)
>>> (1234.567 * 3.333333) + (1.234567 * 3.333333)
>>> (1234.567 + 1.234567 ) * 3.333333 …