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In this SQL statement, notice the color of the word "having" versus the words "select", "from", "where", and "group by"

 ,count(*) as books_purchased
  customers cu
 ,purchases pu
where cu.customerid = pu.customerid
  and pu.year = 2003
group by
  count(*) > 1
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Yeah, I think you're right. – Sampson Sep 3 '09 at 19:35

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We just deployed the latest trunk of prettify.js ; revision 83


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That sounds more like a potential bug with the Prettify, which is a separate project and not associated with StackOverflow or any of the sites.

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Didn't they reverse engineer the Prettify control and customize it for the site? Or was that the WMD editor...? – JosephStyons Sep 3 '09 at 19:39
I'm not aware personally of either...but I remember previous questions concerning the code formatting were pointed towards Prettify. – TheTXI Sep 3 '09 at 19:42
That was the WMD editor. – Thomas Owens Sep 3 '09 at 19:42
Right you are.... search for the words "reverse engineer" on this page: stackoverflow.fogbugz.com/default.asp?W29022 – JosephStyons Sep 3 '09 at 20:14

Reported it to google. Issue #91.

I'm going to have to retract the report. The current version there handles "having" correctly. Investigating more now...

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Fix should be apparent at code.google.com/p/google-code-prettify/source/browse/trunk/src/… – Mike Samuel Dec 10 '09 at 18:23

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