On Mon, 16 Jul 2007 00:03:26 +0100, Andy Hassall <co.uk>
> Short answer: you don't need to, and your problem is probably somewhere else
Funny answer: Point at something behind them and, when they look,
> You should use single quotes for strings in SQL, not double quotes. Double
>quotes are supposed to be for quoting table and column names ("identifiers").
>MySQL can, in some cases, accept either, but you should stick with the right
>one to avoid potential trouble, and to stay closer to standard SQL conventions.