By default, Alt SQL Developer opens a file in SQL Developer. If you need to open a file in SQL Developer from the command line, you can open it with the “./” command. This command can then be called from the command line to open a file for editing.
If you are interested in working with grid-based data, you should check out the Altosql alternative. Altosql is a cross-platform software that includes a SQL editor and allows you to work with the data in SQL. It also supports “new features” like “drag-n-drop for seamless data transfer to RDBMS (SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL, Postgres, DB2, and more),” and “SAS/SQL support”.
There are a lot of features available, and you can find a good example of the SQL formatter. The UI has a WYSIWYG editor, and you can see the SQL query results before you run it. You can also perform a batch update of a file. If you are working with rows, you can select and update multiple rows.
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