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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Creating a grammar for ANSI SQL is possible I suppose, but vendor nuances would make it difficult to come up with an all encompassing solution.

    I wonder if the major DB vendors have their respective grammars hidden in a vault somewhere, taunting us.

    • That's why SQL::Parser allows you to name the SQL dialect you're working with.

      As a general purpose solution, though, I've thought it would be nice to use the parser from SQLite. A tempting thought, but my C is probably not up to snuff.