# arraymath

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arraymath 1.0.0
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Element-by-element math operations for array types
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Array math allows you to do math and logic with arrays element-by-element. So you can add two arrays, or an array and a value, or compare the elements of two arrays.
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### Extensions

arraymath 1.0.0
Array math operations for PostgreSQL

# pgsql-arraymath

Functions and operators for element-by-element math and logic on arrays. The operators are all the usual ones, but prefixed by `@` to indicate their element-by-element nature.

• `@=` element-by-element equality, returns boolean[]
• `@<` element-by-element less than, returns boolean[]
• `@>` element-by-element greater than, returns boolean[]
• `@<=` element-by-element less than or equals, returns boolean[]
• `@>=` element-by-element greater than or equals, returns boolean[]
• `@+` element-by-element addition
• `@-` element-by-element subtraction
• `@*` element-by-element multiplication
• `@/` element-by-element division

## Array versus Constant

If you apply the operators with an array on one side and a constant on the other, the constant will be applied to all the elements of the array. For example:

``````SELECT ARRAY[1,2,3,4] @< 4;

{t,t,t,f}

SELECT ARRAY[3.4,5.6,7.6] @* 8.1;

{27.54,45.36,61.56}
``````

## Array versus Array

If you apply the operators with an array on both sides, the operator will be applied to each element pairing in turn, returning an array as long as the larger of the two inputs. Where the shorter array runs out of elements, the process will simply move back to the start of the array. For example:

``````SELECT ARRAY[1,2] @+ ARRAY[3,4];

{4,6}

SELECT ARRAY[1,2,3,4,5,6] @* ARRAY[1,2];

{1,4,3,8,5,12}

SELECT ARRAY[1,1,1,1] @< ARRAY[0,2];

{f,t,f,t}

SELECT ARRAY[1,2,3] @= ARRAY[3,2,1];

{f,t,f}
``````