On Tue, Sep 14, 1999 at 07:47:24AM +0200, Andreas Theofilu wrote:
> > >Someone on this list told me, that I should precede a ' with a second '
> > >('').
> > This is incorrect. You quote apostrophes with the backslash, so if my string
> > was "that's", I would represent it as "that\'s"
Not exactly. SQL/92-standard says that ' is quored by adding a second '.
ECPG should support both.
> (that\'s), I get the run time error "too many arguments in line xxx". The
> same happens if I don't quote at all. Only quoting the apostrophe with an
Yup, I know this bug. Please try upgrading ecpg to at least 2.6.1 and try
again. If you need the source I'm willing to send it via email.
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