On Fri, Feb 12, 2010 at 9:31 AM, Joseph Thayne <webad...@thaynefam.org> wrote:
> As for the backticks, they are required because of MySQL, not because of
> phpMyAdmin.  The issue was not that phpMyAdmin uses backticks, it is that
> MySQL pretty much requires them when naming a field the same as an internal
> function to my knowledge.  If someone else knows of another way to designate
> to MySQL that a field named HOUR is the name of a field rather than the name
> of the internal function, I would love to know.

Ahh I see :) Wasn't aware of that. Personally i've always been
over-descriptive when designing my tables which is possibly why I've
never run into that limitation :)


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