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    > Assuming that's not the case, have you tried more parentheses ? 
Or perhaps sprinkling some chicken blood would help :-). The expected behavior is documented in this case so reading the docs is probably quicker (though perhaps not as much fun, depending on your definition of fun) than experimentation.

In reply to Re^2: DBI:CSV SQL parsing problem by jZed
in thread DBI:CSV SQL parsing problem by rlewisuk

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