Ok, through no fault of my own, I've got to work with an Access database. The user who created the database created columns with names like "active?" and "is deleted?".
Normally this'd mean I'd have SQL like
select [active?], [is deleted?] from FOO;
My problem is that as soon as perl DBI (active perl in this case) sees those "?"s, it thinks that there is a bind and it's complaining with
DBD::ODBC::st execute failed: [Microsoft][ODBC MIcrosoft Access Driver
+]COUNT field incorrect (SQL-07002) at prog.pl
How can I disable binding or quote these columns in such a way as to not trigger binding?
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