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Date 2013-10-08.18:58:01
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No, I have not checked to see if it is a bug in the Windows version of SQLite.

How would I even test that?

I just tried running the command line version of SQLite (version 3.8.0.2 2013-09-03) on Windows (XP SP2, in VirtualBox).

I manually ran the same statements from the Python script.  I turned on headers (.headers ON).  The headers did not contain the quotes around foo_id.

That's probably all the testing I can do easily, unless there is some other way to access the cursor description.  I don't have a C development environment installed on Windows, nor have I ever written C code that calls SQLite.
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