|Subject||Re: [ib-support]  or ""|
> This begs the question: Why would anyone "want" case sensitive names toI do not need nor want nor use case sensitive names.
> begin with?
I do not need nor want nor use spaces in names either :-)
Have you ever heard about C or Pascal programmer complaining
about inability to use spaces in identifiers ? :-)
But I understand that once there is feature (delimited identifiers) that allows
non-standard characters in names, it is easier to implement it as case sensitive;
otherwise you have to deal with collations.
> I just can't see me naming 2 tables "MyTable" and "MYtable" in....
> the same database.
> Here, the difference is in the interpretation of the quotes and brackets.IMHO not.
> The quotes mean to take the case sensitive approach and the brackets mean
> only that a special character exists in the name. Again, we go back to the
> point of: Are case sensitive names really necessary in a table or fieldname?
Are case sensitive names necessary in C ? :-)