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How to use the ALTER TABLE RENAME COLUMN Statement

The BigQuery Feature you’ve waited for — Rename Columns easily

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Finally, a feature I and probably many others out there have been waiting for. Google now allows to use the function ALTER TABLE RENAME COLUMN statement in BigQuery. With this you can now easily rename columns. I know myself that this often happens in data engineering and…

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