Sql script with regex

"INSERT INTO CBM_CT_BY_CLT ( "\
            " CST_CD, "\
            " BLK_REG_SEQ, "\
            " BLK_REG_DT, "\
            " DEL_FLG "\
            ") "\
            "VALUES ( "\.........

how can I get the table name(CBM_CT_BY_CLT) and column name ( CST_CD
...) from this sql script?
It contains spaces and the script is line by line.
I am trying like this but it is no useless
columnname = text.scan(/"\s+(.*?)\s+"\\/)
please help...

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Ahmet Kilic <ahmedkilic@gmail.com> writes:

"INSERT INTO CBM_CT_BY_CLT ( "\
            " CST_CD, "\
            " BLK_REG_SEQ, "\
            " BLK_REG_DT, "\
            " DEL_FLG "\
            ") "\
            "VALUES ( "\.........

how can I get the table name(CBM_CT_BY_CLT) and column name ( CST_CD
..) from this sql script?
It contains spaces and the script is line by line.
I am trying like this but it is no useless
columnname = text.scan(/"\s+(.*?)\s+"\\/)

You will have to write a SQL parser.

Of course, you may try to do a half-assed job with regular
expressions, but SQL is a language with a context-free grammar, so you
need a parser.

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__Pascal Bourguignon__

Pascal J. Bourguignon wrote:

Ahmet Kilic <ahmedkilic@gmail.com> writes:

It contains spaces and the script is line by line.
I am trying like this but it is no useless
columnname = text.scan(/"\s+(.*?)\s+"\\/)

You will have to write a SQL parser.

Of course, you may try to do a half-assed job with regular
expressions, but SQL is a language with a context-free grammar, so you
need a parser.

I think SQL parser is very deep for me.
I got it with regex. Thank you very much.

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