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Case Closed: lower, InitCAP, UPPER, And Stuff

Best practice for code readability dictates that your keywords should always be in: insert your preferred style here __________. Here’s a Twitter poll I’m running if you want to personally weigh in: Do you agree? Best coding practices dictate uppercase identifiers? https://t.co/WhOZvL2Bmv — Jeff Smith ☜ (@thatjeffsmith) March 16, 2016 So even if we can’t […]

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Formatting Code in SQLcl

Ever get a SQL statement from someone desperate for help? There’s 2 things these people do that drive me nuts: they send a SCREENSHOT of their code they send the Query as a single line of text If I’m in the command line, it’s real easy to fix the 2nd problem. Just use the FORMAT […]

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SQL Developer Formatter: Left Aligning Columns in a SELECT

Question: I can’t figure out how to make a column list align like this (underscore = space): _SELECT_column1 ______,_column2 ______,_column3 ______,_column4 ___FROM_table The closest result that the formatter produces is: _SELECT_column1, __column2, __column3, __column4 ___FROM table where all column names start at text position 3… My answer isn’t going to be perfect, but it’s going […]

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Formatting Keywords to UPPERCASE In Oracle SQL Developer

I received this question from a customer today, and it took me more than a few minutes to remember where this preference was located in SQL Developer. This tells me that the topic is ripe for blogging How do I go FROM: SELECT * FROM scott.emp WHERE ename LIKE ‘%JEFF%’ TO SELECT * FROM scott.emp […]

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