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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • It probably depends on what database you use... But at least in Oracle, the case of the column names is treated differently for unquoted and for quoted names.
    • An unquoted column name is internally converted to upper case
    • A quoted column name is case preserved

    So you may have to change "order" to "ORDER" to get the same case for both quoted and unquoted column names.