Favorite Queries

Favorite Queries are a way to save frequently used queries with a short name.

\f - list all favorite queries.

\f <name> - Invoke a favorite query by its name.

\fs <name> <query> - Save a new favorite query called 'name'.

\fd <name> - Delete an existing favorite query by its name.

Examples:

    # Save a new favorite query.
    > \fs simple select * from abc where a is not Null;

    # List all favorite queries.
    > \f
    +--------+---------------------------------------+
    | Name   | Query                                 |
    |--------+---------------------------------------|
    | simple | SELECT * FROM abc where a is not NULL |
    +--------+---------------------------------------+

    # Run a favorite query.
    > \f simple
    +--------+--------+
    | a      | b      |
    |--------+--------|
    | 日本語 | 日本語   |
    +--------+--------+

    # Delete a favorite query.
    > \fd simple
    simple: Deleted

Positional Parameters

Favorite queries support shell-style parameter substitution. Save your favorite query with parameters as placeholders (e.g. $1, $2, $3, etc.):

\fs user_by_name select * from users where name = '$1'

When you call a favorite query with parameters, just add the parameters after the query's name. You can put quotes around arguments that include spaces.

\f user_by_name "Skelly McDermott"

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