RE: Re: PL/SQL Interpreter oddity - bug or "expected"?

From: Matthew Parker <>
Date: Sat, 17 Mar 2018 11:58:25 -0700
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Each of these are just examples where the reserved word dictionary doesn’t keep up with the key word dictionary that are in use in ANSI or in specific databases.      

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From: <> On Behalf Of Sayan Malakshinov Sent: Saturday, March 17, 2018 9:08 AM
To: Stefan Knecht <> Cc: Matthias Rogel <>; oracle-l-freelists <> Subject: Re: Re: PL/SQL Interpreter oddity - bug or "expected"?  

:D In addition SQL examples with special words:

select the join from join join join using(the,some)


select some join from left join join right using(some,the)


select 1 join from join join join join join using(the) on 1=1


with the(some) as (select * from dual the) select the(select some from the) from the where some = the(select * from the)



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Sayan Malakshinov

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