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Comment:Fix a typo in the virtual table documentation.
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User & Date: drh 2015-11-11 20:52:01
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2015-12-03
22:03
Fix a typo in the AUTOINCREMENT documentation. check-in: 7c05c71d58 user: drh tags: branch-3.9
2015-11-13
18:04
Begin adding changes to the change log for version 3.10.0. check-in: 5591c0216e user: drh tags: trunk
2015-11-11
20:52
Fix a typo in the virtual table documentation. check-in: 04edad8b2f user: drh tags: trunk
00:22
Clarification of the checkpoint algorithm in the file format document. check-in: 4f85463d41 user: drh tags: trunk
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        {eponymous virtual table}</tcl>
<h4>1.1.2 Eponymous virtual tables</h4>

<p>Some virtual tables exist automatically in the "main" schema of
every database connection in which their
module is registered, even without a [CREATE VIRTUAL TABLE] statement.
Such virtual tables are called "eponymous virtual tables".
To use an eponymous virtual table, simple use the 
module name as if it were a table.
Eponymous virtual tables exist in the "main" schema only, so they will
not work if prefixed with a different schema name.

<p>An example of an eponymous virtual table is the [dbstat virtual table].
To use the dbstat virtual table as an eponymous virtual table, 
simply query against the "dbstat"







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        {eponymous virtual table}</tcl>
<h4>1.1.2 Eponymous virtual tables</h4>

<p>Some virtual tables exist automatically in the "main" schema of
every database connection in which their
module is registered, even without a [CREATE VIRTUAL TABLE] statement.
Such virtual tables are called "eponymous virtual tables".
To use an eponymous virtual table, simply use the 
module name as if it were a table.
Eponymous virtual tables exist in the "main" schema only, so they will
not work if prefixed with a different schema name.

<p>An example of an eponymous virtual table is the [dbstat virtual table].
To use the dbstat virtual table as an eponymous virtual table, 
simply query against the "dbstat"