Non-Reserved CQL Keywords

CQL distinguishes between reserved and non-reserved keywords.

Non-reserved keywords only have meaning in their particular area of context and can be used as an identifier. The following keywords are non-reserved:

  • AGGREGATE

  • ALL

  • AS

  • ASCII

  • BIGINT

  • BLOB

  • BOOLEAN

  • CALLED

  • CLUSTERING

  • COMPACT

  • CONTAINS

  • COUNT

  • COUNTER

  • CUSTOM

  • DATE

  • DECIMAL

  • DISTINCT

  • DOUBLE

  • EXISTS

  • FILTERING

  • FINALFUNC

  • FLOAT

  • FROZEN

  • FUNCTION

  • FUNCTIONS

  • INET

  • INITCOND

  • INPUT

  • INT

  • JSON

  • KEY

  • KEYS

  • KEYSPACES

  • LANGUAGE

  • LIST

  • LOGIN

  • MAP

  • NOLOGIN

  • NOSUPERUSER

  • OPTIONS

  • PASSWORD

  • PERMISSION

  • PERMISSIONS

  • RETURNS

  • ROLE

  • ROLES

  • SFUNC

  • SMALLINT

  • STATIC

  • STORAGE

  • STYPE

  • SUPERUSER

  • TEXT

  • TIME

  • TIMESTAMP

  • TIMEUUID

  • TINYINT

  • TRIGGER

  • TTL

  • TUPLE

  • TYPE

  • USER

  • USERS

  • UUID

  • VALUES

  • VARCHAR

  • VARINT

  • WRITETIME

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