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On Postgres, I want to load a select query into a csv file. But in the CSV file I want to put some values, that doesn't appear in the query, how do I do that? It's like:

select id, name, email  

And then have a Date, which I want to set default in every line. So the csv will be like:

id,name,email,date

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Just select the additional value:

select id, name, email, current_date as "date"
from the_table;

or

select id, name, email, date '2018-10-09' as "date"
from the_table;
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You can COPY or \copy from an arbitrary query if you put parentheses around it.

\copy (select id, name, email, now() as "date" from example) to file.csv with (format csv)

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