Message from discussion Backquote considered bizzare (was Re: loading Emacs-Lisp into CL)
From: Barry Margolin <bar...@bbnplanet.com>
Subject: Re: Backquote considered bizzare (was Re: loading Emacs-Lisp into CL)
References: <firstname.lastname@example.org> <36D5BFE7.1DB5A698@IntelliMarket.Com> <0LjB2.169$Uu.8503@burlma1-snr2> <email@example.com>
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Originator: bar...@bbnplanet.com (Barry Margolin)
In article <x8lvhgphp3z....@world.std.com>,
Christopher C Stacy <cst...@world.std.com> wrote:
>The  delimiters are used in various SQL packages for embedded SQL expressions.
>(defun find-drink (&optional (occupation "astronaut"))
> (sql:select [favorite_drink] :from [people] :where [= [occupation]
But I'm guessing it follows the "grouping" convention I mentioned, e.g.
(sql:select [field1 field2 ...] :from [table1 table2 ...] ...)
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