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Is it possible to crosstab a table in PostgreSQL without having to define an "as" clause given by a tuple (column type)?

Example: The created table "t" would have only 3 columns '1', '2' and '3'.

CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS t (
   id_ INTEGER  NOT NULL,
   value1 INT NOT NULL
)

INSERT INTO t (id_, value1) VALUES
(1, 10),
(1, 20),
(2, 10),
(2, 20),
(2, 20),
(3, 30),
(3, 20)
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  • "without having to define an "as" clause given by a tuple" - no, not possible
    – user1822
    Nov 26, 2021 at 10:28

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"without having to define an "as" clause given by a tuple" - no, not possible @a_host_with_no_name

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