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There are two ways to add parameters:
command.CommandText = "SELECT * FROM mytable WHERE Id = :Id";
command.CommandText = "SELECT * FROM mytable WHERE Id = @Id";
Is there any difference in both methods in performance or something else? I also think the difference (if any) should be mentioned in the project Wiki.
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There are no differences whatsoever between the two, Npgsql parses the command text and replaces them with PostgreSQL's native parameter placeholders, which are positional and not named ($1, $2).
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