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From:Fernando Grijalba Date:December 23 2002 7:20pm
Subject:RE: What terminates a query?
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What about the semi-colon (;) or (\g)?

JFernando
** sql **

-----Original Message-----
From: Matt Young [mailto:wz6b@stripped]
Sent: December 23, 2002 12:53
To: mysql@stripped
Subject: What terminates a query?


My sql command pipes its result to a perl program (in batch mode) . but the
perl program has no waf to tell when the query is finished.
HTTP uses a blank line to signal the end. but there is no such thing for
mysql.

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What terminates a query?Matt Young23 Dec
  • RE: What terminates a query?Fernando Grijalba23 Dec
  • Re: What terminates a query?Dan Nelson23 Dec
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