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Sh: -c: line 0: syntax error near unexpected token `(' how to resolve this

Below query is not working for me. Please help me on this

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DATA EXCLUDE STATEMENT: TABLE:\"LIKE \'%\_HISTORY\'\", TABLE:\"LIKE \'%\_HIST\'\", TABLE:\"in \(select tname from tab where REGEXP_LIKE(TNAME,\'\_H$\'\))\", TABLE:\"LIKE \'%\_LOG\'\", TABLE:\"LIKE \'DW\_%\'\", TABLE:\"LIKE \'SIM_BLOB%\'\", TABLE:\"LIKE \'OP\_SERVICES\_%\'\"

sh: -c: line 0: syntax error near unexpected token `('


Last edited by vbe; 08-05-2019 at 03:56 AM..
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We are missing what shell, language, OS and their versions you are using...
Code:
in \(select tname from tab where REGEXP_LIKE(TNAME,\'\_H$\'\))\"

From what I see above, not knowing the language I would say after REGEXP_LIKE either \ is missing on all the following brackets but one, or if this part is correct the protected bracket H$\'\))is the wrong one, should be the next one
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