Literal expressions

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A literal expression is an expression made up of Unicode characters and not specific to any technology such as: Windows file system paths, SQL, XML, or XPath/XSLT.

Data type

Explanation

Examples

csv-list

A comma-separated list of string-literal values

oracle,sqlserver,jdbc

0,1

date-literal

A string that is susceptible to being interpreted as an indication of a date, or of a date and a time.

12-05-2019

12-MAY-2019 13:00

integer-literal

An integer number

0

1000

string-literal

A simple alphanumeric string that is allowable as an identifier of an object.

 

Subsets text-literal.

myalias

MyAlias

MyAlias_4

 

text-literal

A string of Unicode characters including interpunction characters and whitespace

Default-8090@C:\USoft\servers\Default\

 

 

See also

Guide to expressions and data types

         Literal expressions

                  Dates

                  string literals

          XML expressions

          XPath expressions

                  Node set expressions

                  Booleans

                  Strings

                  Numbers

                  Function calls

                 Variable references

                 Implicit XPath data type conversion

                 Evaluated expressions vs. literals

          SQL expressions