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SqliteKeywords.cpp
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2 Copyright (C) 2004 Martin Ellis <martin.ellis@kdemail.net>
3 Copyright (C) 2004-2016 Jarosław Staniek <staniek@kde.org>
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20
21#include "SqliteDriver.h"
22
23//! The list is created by hand based on parse.c from SQLite 3.13.0.
24//! @todo Proces patterns like this from https://www.sqlite.org/draft/tokenreq.html
25//! to extract tokens automatically:
26//! "SQLite shall recognize the *-character sequenence "*" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token *."
27const char* const SqliteDriver::keywords[] = {
28 "ABORT",
29 "ACTION",
30 "ADD",
31 "AFTER",
32 "ALL",
33 "ALTER",
34 "ANALYZE",
35 "AND",
36 "ANY",
37 "AS",
38 "ASC",
39 "ATTACH",
40 "AUTOINCR",
41 "BEFORE",
42 "BEGIN",
43 "BETWEEN",
44 "BLOB",
45 "BY",
46 "CASCADE",
47 "CASE",
48 "CAST",
49 "CHECK",
50 "COLLATE",
51 "COLUMN",
52 "COMMIT",
53 "CONFLICT",
54 "CONSTRAINT",
55 "CREATE",
56 "CURRENT_DATE",
57 "CURRENT_TIME",
58 "CURRENT_TIMESTAMP",
59 "DATABASE",
60 "DEFAULT",
61 "DEFERRABLE",
62 "DEFERRED",
63 "DELETE",
64 "DESC",
65 "DETACH",
66 "DISTINCT",
67 "DROP",
68 "EACH",
69 "ELSE",
70 "END",
71 "ESCAPE",
72 "EXCEPT",
73 "EXCLUSIVE",
74 "EXISTS",
75 "EXPLAIN",
76 "FAIL",
77 "FLOAT",
78 "FOR",
79 "FOREIGN",
80 "FROM",
81 "FULL",
82 "GLOB",
83 "GROUP",
84 "HAVING",
85 "ID",
86 "IF",
87 "IGNORE",
88 "IMMEDIATE",
89 "IN",
90 "INDEX",
91 "INDEXED",
92 "INITIALLY",
93 "INNER",
94 "INSERT",
95 "INSTEAD",
96 "INTEGER",
97 "INTERSECT",
98 "INTO",
99 "IS",
100 "ISNULL",
101 "JOIN",
102 "KEY",
103 "LEFT",
104 "LIKE",
105 "LIMIT",
106 "MATCH",
107 "NATURAL",
108 "NO",
109 "NOT",
110 "NOTNULL",
111 "NULL",
112 "OF",
113 "OFFSET",
114 "ON",
115 "OR",
116 "ORDER",
117 "OUTER",
118 "PLAN",
119 "PRAGMA",
120 "PRIMARY",
121 "QUERY",
122 "RAISE",
123 "RECURSIVE",
124 "REFERENCES",
125 "REGEXP",
126 "REINDEX",
127 "RELEASE",
128 "RENAME",
129 "REPLACE",
130 "RESTRICT",
131 "RIGHT",
132 "ROLLBACK",
133 "ROW",
134 "SAVEPOINT",
135 "SELECT",
136 "SET",
137 "STRING",
138 "TABLE",
139 "TEMP",
140 "TEMPORARY",
141 "THEN",
142 "TO",
143 "TRANSACTION",
144 "TRIGGER",
145 "UNION",
146 "UNIQUE",
147 "UPDATE",
148 "USING",
149 "VACUUM",
150 "VALUES",
151 "VARIABLE",
152 "VIEW",
153 "VIRTUAL",
154 "WHEN",
155 "WHERE",
156 "WITH",
157 "WITHOUT",
158 nullptr
159};
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