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Hi Dan,

The only language I'm aware of that has a difference between single 
and double quotes is PHP, and that's only between what it does with 
strings rather than whether it recognises them as strings or not.  I 
expect there will be some, my preference is single to reduce screen 
clutter.  I'm certainly not aware that SQL makes any distinction.  
The query with single quotes, is producing the correct results (as 
verified against a separate system).

I only do this run once every couple of months so I don't rememebr 
the conversations, but I don't think mailmerge can use a view, can 

Yeah, I've seen what they've done to camelcase.  I've not seen any 
camels with lower case heads... ;-)

I can't imagine that the Fedora repo has caused a problem either.


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