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Another good reason to always use `-quotes on row names ;)
... or another good reason to create thoughtful, non reserved table and column names. I agree with using `backticks` to differentiate column names from data, but it shouldn't be used as a workaround, IMHO. That's the problem with phpMyAdmin, they always use `backticks`, and when users try to use the same column names in their scripts, it always fails.