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From:Dan Nelson Date:September 9 2004 6:05pm
Subject:Re: when to use backquote in SQL
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In the last episode (Sep 09), leegold said:
> Could anyone link me or explain the purposes of backquotes in an SQL
> statement. I tried searching the manual and googling it but couldn't
> find a simple explaination. ``` vs. "regular" single quotes'''.
> Thanks, Lee G.

Backquotes are used to delimit table or field names; they aren't used
to delimit SQL strings the way ' or " are.  You'll almost never need to
use them unless you have spaces or other strange characters in your
table/field names.

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	Dan Nelson
	dnelson@stripped
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