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Msg 102, Sev 15, State 1, Line 1 : Incorrect syntax near 'E6-COOP'. [SQLSTATE 42000]

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hi i get this error in the error log can some one help please:
Msg 102, Sev 15, State 1, Line 1 : Incorrect syntax near 'E6-COOP'. [SQLSTATE 42000]

my job runs a piece of transact sql:
use master
GO
ALTER DATABASE "E6-COOP"
MODIFY FILE
   (NAME = "E6-Coop",FILEGROWTH = 200MB)
GO
ALTER DATABASE "E6-COOP"
MODIFY FILE
   (NAME = "E6-Coop_log",FILEGROWTH = 200MB)
GO
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Hello hraja77,





Aneesh R

ALTER DATABASE [E6-COOP]
MODIFY FILE
   (NAME = [E6-Coop],FILEGROWTH = 200MB)
GO
ALTER DATABASE [E6-COOP]
MODIFY FILE
   (NAME = [E6-Coop_log],FILEGROWTH = 200MB)
GO

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excellent thanks !!!
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