Create date as column name in Oracle SQL?

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I WANT TO CREATE A TABLE WITH THE COLUMN NAME AS DATE BUT IT SHOWING THE ERROR.BUT I WANT TO DISPLAY COLUMN NAME AS DATE ONLY CAN ANY ONE HELP i try it SQL> create create table store_information(store_name varchar2(10),sales varchar2(10),date date); create create table store_information(store_name varchar2(10),sales varchar2(10),date date)        * ERROR at line 1: ORA-00901: invalid CREATE command

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Try enclosing the column name in double quotes.

Example:

<pre>create create table store_information(store_name varchar2(10),sales varchar2(10),”date” date);</pre>
or

<pre>create create table store_information(store_name varchar2(10),sales varchar2(10),”DATE” date);</pre>

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