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Allow double-quotes for string literals in Apex/SOQL
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Apex code uses single quotes (') to identify a string literal. For example:
String a = 'hello';
Since Apex is derived from C/Java it would make sense that string literals would be marked by double quotes ("). Such as:
String b = "hello";
Same change should be made to SOQL as well.
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