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Simple usage - formatting Function Keywords #435

psychemedia opened this Issue Oct 1, 2018 · 0 comments


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psychemedia commented Oct 1, 2018


I seem to be misunderstanding s/thing about usage. Running:

import sqlparse
sqlparse.format("select * from count(x);", keyword_case='upper')

I get the output:

'SELECT * FROM count(x);'

Terms of the form keyword() do not get uppercased, whereas I'd expect them to (I see them listed as keywords in the code?)?

Is this something to do with the tokeniser getting upset by the brackets? Things seem to work if the brackets are escaped?

import re
x=sqlparse.format(re.escape("select * from max(count(x));"), keyword_case='upper')
re.sub(r'\\(.)', r'\1', x)


@psychemedia psychemedia changed the title from Simple usage - formatting Keywords to Simple usage - formatting Function Keywords Oct 1, 2018

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