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HLR H41010 
SQLite shall divide input SQL text into tokens working from left to
right.

HLR H41020 
At each step in the SQL tokenization process, SQLite shall extract
the longest possible token from the remaining input text.

HLR H41030 
The tokenizer shall pass each non-WHITESPACE token seen on to the
parser in the order in which the tokens are seen.

HLR H41040 
When the tokenizer reaches the end of input where the last token sent
to the parser was not a SEMI token, it shall
send a SEMI token to the parser.

HLR H41050 
When the tokenizer encounters text that is not a valid token, it shall
cause an error to be returned to the application.

HLR H41100 
SQLite shall recognize a sequence of one or more WHITESPACE characters
as a WHITESPACE token.

HLR H41110 
SQLite shall recognize as a WHITESPACE token the two-character sequence "--"
(u002d, u002d) followed by any sequence of non-zero characters up through and
including the first u000a character or until end of input.

HLR H41120 
SQLite shall recognize as a WHITESPACE token the two-character sequence "/*"
(u002f, u002a) followed by any sequence of zero or more
non-zero characters through with the first "*/" (u002a, u002f) sequence or
until end of input.

HLR H41130 
SQLite shall recognize as an ID token
any sequence of characters that begins with
an ALPHABETIC character and continue with zero or more
ALPHANUMERIC characters and/or "$" (u0024) characters and which is
not a keyword token.

HLR H41140 
SQLite shall recognize as an ID token
any sequence of non-zero characters that begins with "[" (u005b) and
continuing through the first "]" (u005d) character.

HLR H41150 
SQLite shall recognize as an ID token
any sequence of characters
that begins with a double-quote (u0022), is followed by zero or
more non-zero characters and/or pairs of double-quotes (u0022)
and terminates with a double-quote (u0022) that
is not part of a pair.

HLR H41160 
SQLite shall recognize as an ID token
any sequence of characters
that begins with a grave accent (u0060), is followed by zero or
more non-zero characters and/or pairs ofgrave accents (u0060)
and terminates with a grave accent (u0022) that
is not part of a pair.

HLR H41200 
SQLite shall recognize as a STRING token a sequence of characters
that begins with a single-quote (u0027), is followed by zero or
more non-zero characters and/or pairs of single-quotes (u0027)
and terminates with a single-quote (u0027) that
is not part of a pair.

HLR H41210 
SQLite shall recognize as a BLOB token an upper or lower-case "X"
(u0058 or u0078) followed by a single-quote (u0027) followed by
a number of HEXADECIMAL character that is a multiple of two and
terminated by a single-quote (u0027).

HLR H41220 
SQLite shall recognize as an INTEGER token any squence of
one or more NUMERIC characters.

HLR H41230 
SQLite shall recognize as a FLOAT token a sequence of one
or more NUMERIC characters together with zero or one period
(u002e) and followed by an exponentiation suffix.

HLR H41240 
SQLite shall recognize as a FLOAT token a sequence of one
or more NUMERIC characters that includes exactly one period
(u002e) character.

HLR H41403 
SQLite shall recognize the 1-character sequenence "-" (u002d) as token MINUS

HLR H41406 
SQLite shall recognize the 1-character sequenence "(" (u0028) as token LP

HLR H41409 
SQLite shall recognize the 1-character sequenence ")" (u0029) as token RP

HLR H41412 
SQLite shall recognize the 1-character sequenence ";" (u003b) as token SEMI

HLR H41415 
SQLite shall recognize the 1-character sequenence "+" (u002b) as token PLUS

HLR H41418 
SQLite shall recognize the 1-character sequenence "*" (u002a) as token STAR

HLR H41421 
SQLite shall recognize the 1-character sequenence "/" (u002f) as token SLASH

HLR H41424 
SQLite shall recognize the 1-character sequenence "%" (u0025) as token REM

HLR H41427 
SQLite shall recognize the 1-character sequenence "=" (u003d) as token EQ

HLR H41430 
SQLite shall recognize the 2-character sequenence "==" (u003d u003d) as token EQ

HLR H41433 
SQLite shall recognize the 2-character sequenence "<=" (u003c u003d) as token LE

HLR H41436 
SQLite shall recognize the 2-character sequenence "<>" (u003c u003e) as token NE

HLR H41439 
SQLite shall recognize the 2-character sequenence "<<" (u003c u003c) as token LSHIFT

HLR H41442 
SQLite shall recognize the 1-character sequenence "<" (u003c) as token LT

HLR H41445 
SQLite shall recognize the 2-character sequenence ">=" (u003e u003d) as token GE

HLR H41448 
SQLite shall recognize the 2-character sequenence ">>" (u003e u003e) as token RSHIFT

HLR H41451 
SQLite shall recognize the 1-character sequenence ">" (u003e) as token GT

HLR H41454 
SQLite shall recognize the 2-character sequenence "!=" (u0021 u003d) as token NE

HLR H41457 
SQLite shall recognize the 1-character sequenence "," (u002c) as token COMMA

HLR H41460 
SQLite shall recognize the 1-character sequenence "&" (u0026) as token BITAND

HLR H41463 
SQLite shall recognize the 1-character sequenence "~" (u007e) as token BITNOT

HLR H41466 
SQLite shall recognize the 1-character sequenence "|" (u007c) as token BITOR

HLR H41469 
SQLite shall recognize the 2-character sequenence "||" (u007c u007c) as token CONCAT

HLR H41472 
SQLite shall recognize the 1-character sequenence "." (u002e) as token DOT

HLR H41503 
SQLite shall recognize the 5-character sequenence "ABORT" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token ABORT.

HLR H41506 
SQLite shall recognize the 3-character sequenence "ADD" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token ADD.

HLR H41509 
SQLite shall recognize the 5-character sequenence "AFTER" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token AFTER.

HLR H41512 
SQLite shall recognize the 3-character sequenence "ALL" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token ALL.

HLR H41515 
SQLite shall recognize the 5-character sequenence "ALTER" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token ALTER.

HLR H41518 
SQLite shall recognize the 7-character sequenence "ANALYZE" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token ANALYZE.

HLR H41521 
SQLite shall recognize the 3-character sequenence "AND" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token AND.

HLR H41524 
SQLite shall recognize the 2-character sequenence "AS" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token AS.

HLR H41527 
SQLite shall recognize the 3-character sequenence "ASC" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token ASC.

HLR H41530 
SQLite shall recognize the 6-character sequenence "ATTACH" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token ATTACH.

HLR H41533 
SQLite shall recognize the 13-character sequenence "AUTOINCREMENT" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token AUTOINCR.

HLR H41536 
SQLite shall recognize the 6-character sequenence "BEFORE" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token BEFORE.

HLR H41539 
SQLite shall recognize the 5-character sequenence "BEGIN" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token BEGIN.

HLR H41542 
SQLite shall recognize the 7-character sequenence "BETWEEN" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token BETWEEN.

HLR H41545 
SQLite shall recognize the 2-character sequenence "BY" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token BY.

HLR H41548 
SQLite shall recognize the 7-character sequenence "CASCADE" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token CASCADE.

HLR H41551 
SQLite shall recognize the 4-character sequenence "CASE" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token CASE.

HLR H41554 
SQLite shall recognize the 4-character sequenence "CAST" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token CAST.

HLR H41557 
SQLite shall recognize the 5-character sequenence "CHECK" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token CHECK.

HLR H41560 
SQLite shall recognize the 7-character sequenence "COLLATE" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token COLLATE.

HLR H41563 
SQLite shall recognize the 6-character sequenence "COLUMN" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token COLUMNKW.

HLR H41566 
SQLite shall recognize the 6-character sequenence "COMMIT" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token COMMIT.

HLR H41569 
SQLite shall recognize the 8-character sequenence "CONFLICT" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token CONFLICT.

HLR H41572 
SQLite shall recognize the 10-character sequenence "CONSTRAINT" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token CONSTRAINT.

HLR H41575 
SQLite shall recognize the 6-character sequenence "CREATE" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token CREATE.

HLR H41578 
SQLite shall recognize the 5-character sequenence "CROSS" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token JOIN_KW.

HLR H41581 
SQLite shall recognize the 12-character sequenence "CURRENT_DATE" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token CTIME_KW.

HLR H41584 
SQLite shall recognize the 12-character sequenence "CURRENT_TIME" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token CTIME_KW.

HLR H41587 
SQLite shall recognize the 17-character sequenence "CURRENT_TIMESTAMP" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token CTIME_KW.

HLR H41590 
SQLite shall recognize the 8-character sequenence "DATABASE" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token DATABASE.

HLR H41593 
SQLite shall recognize the 7-character sequenence "DEFAULT" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token DEFAULT.

HLR H41596 
SQLite shall recognize the 8-character sequenence "DEFERRED" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token DEFERRED.

HLR H41599 
SQLite shall recognize the 10-character sequenence "DEFERRABLE" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token DEFERRABLE.

HLR H41602 
SQLite shall recognize the 6-character sequenence "DELETE" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token DELETE.

HLR H41605 
SQLite shall recognize the 4-character sequenence "DESC" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token DESC.

HLR H41608 
SQLite shall recognize the 6-character sequenence "DETACH" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token DETACH.

HLR H41611 
SQLite shall recognize the 8-character sequenence "DISTINCT" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token DISTINCT.

HLR H41614 
SQLite shall recognize the 4-character sequenence "DROP" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token DROP.

HLR H41617 
SQLite shall recognize the 3-character sequenence "END" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token END.

HLR H41620 
SQLite shall recognize the 4-character sequenence "EACH" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token EACH.

HLR H41623 
SQLite shall recognize the 4-character sequenence "ELSE" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token ELSE.

HLR H41626 
SQLite shall recognize the 6-character sequenence "ESCAPE" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token ESCAPE.

HLR H41629 
SQLite shall recognize the 6-character sequenence "EXCEPT" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token EXCEPT.

HLR H41632 
SQLite shall recognize the 9-character sequenence "EXCLUSIVE" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token EXCLUSIVE.

HLR H41635 
SQLite shall recognize the 6-character sequenence "EXISTS" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token EXISTS.

HLR H41638 
SQLite shall recognize the 7-character sequenence "EXPLAIN" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token EXPLAIN.

HLR H41641 
SQLite shall recognize the 4-character sequenence "FAIL" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token FAIL.

HLR H41644 
SQLite shall recognize the 3-character sequenence "FOR" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token FOR.

HLR H41647 
SQLite shall recognize the 7-character sequenence "FOREIGN" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token FOREIGN.

HLR H41650 
SQLite shall recognize the 4-character sequenence "FROM" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token FROM.

HLR H41653 
SQLite shall recognize the 4-character sequenence "FULL" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token JOIN_KW.

HLR H41656 
SQLite shall recognize the 4-character sequenence "GLOB" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token LIKE_KW.

HLR H41659 
SQLite shall recognize the 5-character sequenence "GROUP" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token GROUP.

HLR H41662 
SQLite shall recognize the 6-character sequenence "HAVING" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token HAVING.

HLR H41665 
SQLite shall recognize the 2-character sequenence "IF" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token IF.

HLR H41668 
SQLite shall recognize the 6-character sequenence "IGNORE" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token IGNORE.

HLR H41671 
SQLite shall recognize the 9-character sequenence "IMMEDIATE" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token IMMEDIATE.

HLR H41674 
SQLite shall recognize the 2-character sequenence "IN" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token IN.

HLR H41677 
SQLite shall recognize the 5-character sequenence "INDEX" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token INDEX.

HLR H41680 
SQLite shall recognize the 9-character sequenence "INITIALLY" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token INITIALLY.

HLR H41683 
SQLite shall recognize the 5-character sequenence "INNER" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token JOIN_KW.

HLR H41686 
SQLite shall recognize the 6-character sequenence "INSERT" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token INSERT.

HLR H41689 
SQLite shall recognize the 7-character sequenence "INSTEAD" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token INSTEAD.

HLR H41692 
SQLite shall recognize the 9-character sequenence "INTERSECT" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token INTERSECT.

HLR H41695 
SQLite shall recognize the 4-character sequenence "INTO" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token INTO.

HLR H41698 
SQLite shall recognize the 2-character sequenence "IS" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token IS.

HLR H41701 
SQLite shall recognize the 6-character sequenence "ISNULL" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token ISNULL.

HLR H41704 
SQLite shall recognize the 4-character sequenence "JOIN" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token JOIN.

HLR H41707 
SQLite shall recognize the 3-character sequenence "KEY" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token KEY.

HLR H41710 
SQLite shall recognize the 4-character sequenence "LEFT" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token JOIN_KW.

HLR H41713 
SQLite shall recognize the 4-character sequenence "LIKE" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token LIKE_KW.

HLR H41716 
SQLite shall recognize the 5-character sequenence "LIMIT" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token LIMIT.

HLR H41719 
SQLite shall recognize the 5-character sequenence "MATCH" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token MATCH.

HLR H41722 
SQLite shall recognize the 7-character sequenence "NATURAL" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token JOIN_KW.

HLR H41725 
SQLite shall recognize the 3-character sequenence "NOT" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token NOT.

HLR H41728 
SQLite shall recognize the 7-character sequenence "NOTNULL" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token NOTNULL.

HLR H41731 
SQLite shall recognize the 4-character sequenence "NULL" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token NULL.

HLR H41734 
SQLite shall recognize the 2-character sequenence "OF" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token OF.

HLR H41737 
SQLite shall recognize the 6-character sequenence "OFFSET" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token OFFSET.

HLR H41740 
SQLite shall recognize the 2-character sequenence "ON" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token ON.

HLR H41743 
SQLite shall recognize the 2-character sequenence "OR" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token OR.

HLR H41746 
SQLite shall recognize the 5-character sequenence "ORDER" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token ORDER.

HLR H41749 
SQLite shall recognize the 5-character sequenence "OUTER" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token JOIN_KW.

HLR H41752 
SQLite shall recognize the 4-character sequenence "PLAN" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token PLAN.

HLR H41755 
SQLite shall recognize the 6-character sequenence "PRAGMA" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token PRAGMA.

HLR H41758 
SQLite shall recognize the 7-character sequenence "PRIMARY" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token PRIMARY.

HLR H41761 
SQLite shall recognize the 5-character sequenence "QUERY" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token QUERY.

HLR H41764 
SQLite shall recognize the 5-character sequenence "RAISE" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token RAISE.

HLR H41767 
SQLite shall recognize the 10-character sequenence "REFERENCES" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token REFERENCES.

HLR H41770 
SQLite shall recognize the 6-character sequenence "REGEXP" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token LIKE_KW.

HLR H41773 
SQLite shall recognize the 7-character sequenence "REINDEX" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token REINDEX.

HLR H41776 
SQLite shall recognize the 6-character sequenence "RENAME" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token RENAME.

HLR H41779 
SQLite shall recognize the 7-character sequenence "REPLACE" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token REPLACE.

HLR H41782 
SQLite shall recognize the 8-character sequenence "RESTRICT" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token RESTRICT.

HLR H41785 
SQLite shall recognize the 5-character sequenence "RIGHT" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token JOIN_KW.

HLR H41788 
SQLite shall recognize the 8-character sequenence "ROLLBACK" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token ROLLBACK.

HLR H41791 
SQLite shall recognize the 3-character sequenence "ROW" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token ROW.

HLR H41794 
SQLite shall recognize the 6-character sequenence "SELECT" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token SELECT.

HLR H41797 
SQLite shall recognize the 3-character sequenence "SET" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token SET.

HLR H41800 
SQLite shall recognize the 5-character sequenence "TABLE" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token TABLE.

HLR H41803 
SQLite shall recognize the 4-character sequenence "TEMP" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token TEMP.

HLR H41806 
SQLite shall recognize the 9-character sequenence "TEMPORARY" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token TEMP.

HLR H41809 
SQLite shall recognize the 4-character sequenence "THEN" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token THEN.

HLR H41812 
SQLite shall recognize the 2-character sequenence "TO" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token TO.

HLR H41815 
SQLite shall recognize the 11-character sequenence "TRANSACTION" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token TRANSACTION.

HLR H41818 
SQLite shall recognize the 7-character sequenence "TRIGGER" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token TRIGGER.

HLR H41821 
SQLite shall recognize the 5-character sequenence "UNION" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token UNION.

HLR H41824 
SQLite shall recognize the 6-character sequenence "UNIQUE" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token UNIQUE.

HLR H41827 
SQLite shall recognize the 6-character sequenence "UPDATE" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token UPDATE.

HLR H41830 
SQLite shall recognize the 5-character sequenence "USING" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token USING.

HLR H41833 
SQLite shall recognize the 6-character sequenence "VACUUM" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token VACUUM.

HLR H41836 
SQLite shall recognize the 6-character sequenence "VALUES" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token VALUES.

HLR H41839 
SQLite shall recognize the 4-character sequenence "VIEW" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token VIEW.

HLR H41842 
SQLite shall recognize the 7-character sequenence "VIRTUAL" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token VIRTUAL.

HLR H41845 
SQLite shall recognize the 4-character sequenence "WHEN" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token WHEN.

HLR H41848 
SQLite shall recognize the 5-character sequenence "WHERE" in any combination of upper and lower case letters as the keyword token WHERE.

HLR H41900
The preparation of an SQL statement that is not accepted by
the SQLite parser shall fail with an error.

HLR H41910
SQLite shall use the built-in NOCASE collating sequence when comparing
identifiers and datatype names within SQL statements during
statement preparation.

HLR H41920
A token received by the parser shall be converted into an ID token
if the original token value would have resulted in a syntax error,
a token value of ID will allow the parse to continue,
and if the original token value was one of:
ABORT
AFTER
ANALYZE
ASC
ATTACH
BEFORE
BEGIN
CASCADE
CAST
CONFLICT
CTIME_KW
DATABASE
DEFERRED
DESC
DETACH
EACH
END
EXCEPT
EXCLUSIVE
EXPLAIN
FAIL
FOR
IF
IGNORE
IMMEDIATE
INITIALLY
INSTEAD
INTERSECT
KEY
LIKE_KW
MATCH
OF
OFFSET
PLAN
PRAGMA
QUERY
RAISE
REINDEX
RENAME
REPLACE
RESTRICT
ROW
TEMP
TRIGGER
UNION
VACUUM
VIEW
VIRTUAL

HLR H41930
A token received by the parser shall be converted into an ANY token
if the original token value would have resulted in a syntax error
and if a token value of ANY will allow the parse to continue.

HLR H42000
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "sql-stmt-list" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/sql-stmt-list.gif]</center>

HLR H42100
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "sql-stmt" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/sql-stmt.gif]</center>

HLR H42200
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "alter-table-stmt" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/alter-table-stmt.gif]</center>

HLR H42300
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "analyze-stmt" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/analyze-stmt.gif]</center>

HLR H42400
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "attach-stmt" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/attach-stmt.gif]</center>

HLR H42500
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "begin-stmt" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/begin-stmt.gif]</center>

HLR H42600
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "commit-stmt" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/commit-stmt.gif]</center>

HLR H42700
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "rollback-stmt" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/rollback-stmt.gif]</center>

HLR H42800
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "savepoint-stmt" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/savepoint-stmt.gif]</center>

HLR H42900
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "release-stmt" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/release-stmt.gif]</center>

HLR H43000
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "create-index-stmt" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/create-index-stmt.gif]</center>

HLR H43100
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "indexed-column" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/indexed-column.gif]</center>

HLR H43200
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "create-table-stmt" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/create-table-stmt.gif]</center>

HLR H43300
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "column-def" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/column-def.gif]</center>

HLR H43400
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "type-name" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/type-name.gif]</center>

HLR H43500
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "column-constraint" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/column-constraint.gif]</center>

HLR H43600
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "signed-number" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/signed-number.gif]</center>

HLR H43700
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "table-constraint" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/table-constraint.gif]</center>

HLR H43800
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "foreign-key-clause" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/foreign-key-clause.gif]</center>

HLR H43900
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "conflict-clause" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/conflict-clause.gif]</center>

HLR H44000
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "create-trigger-stmt" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/create-trigger-stmt.gif]</center>

HLR H44100
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "create-view-stmt" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/create-view-stmt.gif]</center>

HLR H44200
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "create-virtual-table-stmt" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/create-virtual-table-stmt.gif]</center>

HLR H44300
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "delete-stmt" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/delete-stmt.gif]</center>

HLR H44400
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "delete-stmt-limited" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/delete-stmt-limited.gif]</center>

HLR H44500
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "detach-stmt" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/detach-stmt.gif]</center>

HLR H44600
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "drop-index-stmt" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/drop-index-stmt.gif]</center>

HLR H44700
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "drop-table-stmt" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/drop-table-stmt.gif]</center>

HLR H44800
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "drop-trigger-stmt" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/drop-trigger-stmt.gif]</center>

HLR H44900
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "drop-view-stmt" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/drop-view-stmt.gif]</center>

HLR H45000
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "expr" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/expr.gif]</center>

HLR H45100
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "raise-function" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/raise-function.gif]</center>

HLR H45200
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "literal-value" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/literal-value.gif]</center>

HLR H45300
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "insert-stmt" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/insert-stmt.gif]</center>

HLR H45400
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "pragma-stmt" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/pragma-stmt.gif]</center>

HLR H45500
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "pragma-value" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/pragma-value.gif]</center>

HLR H45600
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "reindex-stmt" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/reindex-stmt.gif]</center>

HLR H45700
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "select-stmt" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/select-stmt.gif]</center>

HLR H45800
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "select-core" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/select-core.gif]</center>

HLR H45900
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "result-column" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/result-column.gif]</center>

HLR H46000
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "join-source" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/join-source.gif]</center>

HLR H46100
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "single-source" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/single-source.gif]</center>

HLR H46200
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "join-op" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/join-op.gif]</center>

HLR H46300
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "join-constraint" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/join-constraint.gif]</center>

HLR H46400
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "ordering-term" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/ordering-term.gif]</center>

HLR H46500
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "compound-operator" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/compound-operator.gif]</center>

HLR H46600
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "update-stmt" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/update-stmt.gif]</center>

HLR H46700
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "update-stmt-limited" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/update-stmt-limited.gif]</center>
HLR H46800
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "qualified-table-name" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/qualified-table-name.gif]</center>

HLR H46900
In the absence of semantic or other errors, the SQLite parser shall
accept a "vacuum-stmt" that conforms to the following syntax:
<center>[syntax/vacuum-stmt.gif]</center>