|Title:||Built-in RTRIM collating sequence yields incorrect comparisons|
|Last Modified:||2019-06-14 13:25:25|
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mrigger added on 2019-06-14 11:03:06:
Consider the following statements:
CREATE TABLE t0(c0 COLLATE RTRIM, c1 BLOB UNIQUE, PRIMARY KEY (c0, c1)) WITHOUT ROWID; INSERT INTO t0 VALUES (123, 3), (' ', 1), (' ', 2), ('', 4); SELECT * FROM t0 WHERE c1 = 1; -- expected: ' ', 1, actual: no row is fetched
I would expect a row to be fetched, which is not the case. Note that the whitespace seems to be significant: the first one is a space, the second one a tab, and the third one an empty string.
drh added on 2019-06-14 13:25:25:
Alternative test case:
SELECT ' '<char(31) COLLATE rtrim;
The above should give and answer of true since a zero-length string is less than a string of length 1. But the answer returned is false.
This problem has existing in the RTRIM collating sequence since it was first introduced by check-in [0bf4e7fefdbbf7be] on 2008-01-20 for SQLite version 3.5.5. Fixed 11 years later by check-in [86fa0087cd1f5c79] 11 years later.