What’s \’) in the SQL language?

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What does ') mean in SQL language?

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  • carlosdl
    It doesn't mean anything in SQL.

    It could be the closing of a string literal that is inside parenthesis, but that is not SQL specific.

    If you need help understanding some SQL command, I would recommend posting the complete command, and explaining your doubts with detail.
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  • hunshabbir7
    As carlosdl suggested it doesn't mean anything.

    You might be having some mistake in your query syntax for which you are getting error wirh ') symbol. Anyhow post complete query.
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  • ToddN2000

    your topic heading and question do not ask the same thing.. What symbol are you asking about? 

    \ means nothing

    ) is for closing a group of commands.

     

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