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Java programmer on Internet and mobile software development. Interested about new technologies and training / teaching people.

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comment How to show the column names of a table with a simple sql query?
Please note, the accepted solution is the bottom one about desc command. Curious, it is the shortest, but has least votes. For me, also it is the best one.
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accepted Cassandra cqlsh browser queries possible only in bytes
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answered Cassandra cqlsh browser queries possible only in bytes
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comment Cassandra cqlsh browser queries possible only in bytes
This part is not coding, this is reading the database with a specific database command line tool. Mentioned cqlsh is the client where you can type CQL queries. My problem is that everything on that client is shown as bytes, but I would like to work with higher level types. Maybe this post clarifies this: question about cassandra on SO . Look at the answer of that post, it says that every data in Cassandra is byte[] .
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answered How to show the column names of a table with a simple sql query?
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revised How to show the column names of a table with a simple sql query?
edited title
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comment How to show the column names of a table with a simple sql query?
edit: I made the question more clear. Thanks Jack for pointing the question to be not clear.
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revised How to show the column names of a table with a simple sql query?
Made it more clear