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Export dialog

File name    Type the name of the file you are exporting the result set to. Alternatively, you can click Browse to locate a file.

Format    Select one of the following output formats:

Encoding    Specify the code page that is used to write the file. You can only specify this option if you have selected the ASCII format. You can specify the encoding to be used, or if you select (Default), the default encoding for the computer Interactive SQL is running on is used.

Escape text data    When you select this option, characters following the escape character are recognized and interpreted as special characters by the database server. The default escape character is the backslash (\). New line characters can be included as the combination \n, other characters can be included in data as hexadecimal ASCII codes, such as \x09 for the tab character. A sequence of two backslash characters ( \\ ) is interpreted as a single backslash. A backslash followed by any character other than n, x, X or \ is interpreted as two separate characters. For example, \q inserts a backslash and the letter q.

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