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Automate renaming columns

This script finds and renames columns that begin with a digit, contains a space, or contains a hyphen, so that it is no longer necessary to put brackets around the column names. This is useful in situations such as when an application doesn't automatically put brackets around column names when passing queries to a SQL […]

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2006-04-12 (first published: )

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