Identifiers are names of objects in the database, such as user IDs, tables, and columns. Identifiers have a maximum length of 128 bytes.
You must enclose identifiers in double quotes if any of the following conditions are true:
You can only use a single backslash in an identifier if it is used as an escape character.
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