For SQL syntax elements, Mimer SQL accepts characters according to the Unicode Standard.
For the purposes of the syntax rules in SQL, characters may be divided into the following classes:
Letters A - Z, a - z Digits 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Alphanumeric Letters and digits Separators White-space characters (HEX-values 09 to 0D, 20, 85, A0, i.e. <TAB>, <LF>, <VT>, <FF>, <CR>, <SP>, <NS>, and <NEL>) Special All characters except letters and digits
Note: The definition of letters is restricted to the English standard alphabet. National characters are treated as special characters.
Certain special characters have particular meanings in SQL statements; for example: delimiters, double quotation marks, single quotation marks, and arithmetic and comparative operators.
The special characters $ and # may, in some circumstances, be used in the same contexts as letters, see Identifiers.
A separator is used to separate keywords, identifiers and literals from each other.
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