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I am getting the same error when trying to parse the SQL with SQL::Parser. However, it work with DBD::SQLite, for example:
#!/usr/bin/perl use warnings; use strict; use DBI; use DBD::SQLite; my $sql = DBI->connect('dbi:SQLite:dbname=1.db', q(), q()); $sql->do('create table TABLENAME (type varchar, name varchar)') +; $sql->do(q(insert into TABLENAME values ('MASTER', 'm1'))); $sql->do(q(insert into TABLENAME values ('MASTER', 'Data1'))); $sql->do(q(insert into TABLENAME values ('SLAVE', 's1'))); my $sth = $sql->prepare(q(select T.Name from TABLENAME T where T.Type = 'MASTER' and not exists (select 1 from TABLENAME +T2 where T2.Name = T.Name and T2.Name like 'Da +ta%'))); $sth->execute; my $aref = $sth->fetchall_arrayref; print "@$_\n" for @$aref;
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In reply to Re^2: Error "'exists ^0^' has chars not alphanumeric or underscore in perl" by choroba
in thread Error "'exists ^0^' has chars not alphanumeric or underscore in perl" by documents9900

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