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Flag a character vector as SQL identifiers

ident() takes unquoted strings and flags them as identifiers. ident_q() assumes its input has already been quoted, and ensures it does not get quoted again. This is currently used only for for schema.table.

Usage
ident(...)

ident_q(...)

is.ident(x)

Arguments
...

A character vector, or name-value pairs

x

An object

Aliases
  • ident
  • ident_q
  • is.ident
Examples
# NOT RUN {
# SQL92 quotes strings with '
escape_ansi("x")

# And identifiers with "
ident("x")
escape_ansi(ident("x"))

# You can supply multiple inputs
ident(a = "x", b = "y")
ident_q(a = "x", b = "y")
# }
Documentation reproduced from package dbplyr, version 1.4.0, License: MIT + file LICENSE

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