Hello All expert
I have a question about SQL 7.0 on "A" and 'A' ?
I cannot use "A" on default but 'A' can
Double quotes are used to denote identifiers (e.g. table names) as opposed to
constants. In this instance A is a constant.
> I have a question about SQL 7.0 on "A" and 'A' ?
Neil Pike MVP/MCSE. Protech Computing LtdQuote:> I cannot use "A" on default but 'A' can
"rules" and "check" seem to have the same function, so what's the
difference? when should I use which?