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Using a text file as a datasource with spaces in the column names.

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How do I query the text file using a SELECT statement if the column names (headers) have spaces.  For example, I want to select all task ID's from the text file.  However, the column name is "Task ID".  The following statement will not work:  "SELECT Task ID from [" + text file + "]".  Basically what I'm asking is how to use a Select SQL statement when the column names have spaces?

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"SELECT [Task ID] from [" + text file + "]"
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