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Re: Not BUG? Depreciated forgiveness for use of wrong quote character?
Posted by: Lawrence Murakami
Date: January 16, 2008 01:14AM

I am reviewing my post and it's hard to see teh difference between a quote "'" and a backtick "`" but I know that is no excuse!

Anybody else seeing this?

From my review of documentation:
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Database, table, index, column, and alias names are identifiers.
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An identifier may be quoted or unquoted. If an identifier contains special characters or is a reserved word, you must quote it whenever you refer to it.
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The identifier quote character is the backtick (“`”):
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Lawrence A. Murakami
q@lam1.us

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