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problem with renaming as "e1" or "e2" in from-clause #399

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Meffi42 opened this issue Apr 2, 2018 · 2 comments
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problem with renaming as "e1" or "e2" in from-clause #399

Meffi42 opened this issue Apr 2, 2018 · 2 comments
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@Meffi42
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@Meffi42 Meffi42 commented Apr 2, 2018

I have a from-clause where I rename relations as "e1, e2, ..." - this seems problematic,
e.g., "e2" is recognized as a float:

list( sqlparse.parse("select * from Eats e1, Eats e2")[0] )[6].value
'Eats'
list( sqlparse.parse("select * from Eats e1, Eats e2")[0] )[8].value
'e1, Eats'

list( sqlparse.parse("select * from Eats e1, Eats e2")[0] )[10].value
'e2'
list( sqlparse.parse("select * from Eats e1, Eats e2")[0] )[10].ttype
Token.Literal.Number.Float

Using different identifiers, such as "a" or "b" works:

list( sqlparse.parse("select * from Eats a, Eats b")[0] )[6].value
'Eats a, Eats b'

type( list( sqlparse.parse("select * from Eats a, Eats b")[0] )[6] )
<class 'sqlparse.sql.IdentifierList'>

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@collerek collerek commented Jul 14, 2021

Can confirm this is still valid, is this related to exponentials, or it's a bug?
@andialbrecht, any thoughts?

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@andialbrecht andialbrecht commented Jul 14, 2021

Yes, it's a bug. And it's fixed now. Thanks for reporting and bringing this up again!

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