Labels is a file specifier for the LOAD statement that defines where in a file the field names can be found.


embedded labels|explicit labels|no labels


The field names can be found in different places of the file. If the first record contains the field names, embedded labels should be used. If there are no field names to be found, no labels should be used. In dif files, a separate header section with explicit field names is sometimes used. In such a case, explicit labels should be used. If nothing is specified, embedded labels is assumed, also for dif files.

Example 1:  

LOAD * from a.txt (unicode, txt, delimiter is ',' , embedded labels

Example 2:  

LOAD * from a.txt (codePage is 1252, txt, delimiter is ',' , no labels)

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