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From:Peter Brawley Date:September 17 2008 11:05pm
Subject:Re: valid chars mysql db username
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 >Thanks, but is there any technical reason where using "@" might break 
something?
 >However if there's even the slightest risk of an implosion, naturally 
we will not.

Eh? Did you read the manual page on identifiers?

PB

Res wrote:
> Hi Peter,
>
> On Wed, 17 Sep 2008, Peter Brawley wrote:
>
>>> I'm looking at using the "@" symbol
>>
>> Don't. Restrict yourself to alphanums and '_'.
>
> Thanks, but is there any technical reason where using "@" might break 
> something? However if there's even the slightest risk of an implosion, 
> naturally we will not.
>
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