> Yes it is; I hadn't tried double-quotes, because single-quotes are used
> for strings - it didn't occur to me! (Incidentally, WHY double-quotes here
> instead of single-quotes? Surely that's against SQL practice?)
No SQL Standard needs eighter no quotes or double quotes, since
the user name is handeled as an identifier (like a table name).
This is to cleanly distinguish between a string and an identifier.
If you use special characters for user names you have to double quote them.
> bray=> grant all on address to "www-data";
> ERROR: aclparse: mode flags must use "arwR"
This seems to be a different problem.
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