This is a bit odd: ``` ⬥ sqlite3 foo.db SQLite version 3.37.0 2021-09-24 16:38:15 Enter ".help" for usage hints. sqlite> sqlite> .import -csv "|iconv -f l1 < trans.csv | grep '^\"20' | tail -r" incoming sqlite> select 42; ...> ``` That's a secondary prompt string, indicating that the shell is waiting for more input. I haven't found any way out of it other than to hit Crrl-D, exiting the shell. Interestingly, when I reenter the shell, I find that the import has completed successfully. Is it the complicated form of the `.import` line that throws it off? But if so, why does it present a primary prompt after that line? Isn't the parser completely reset after each line that it parses successfully? I could add that `incoming` is a view with an `INSTEAD OF INSERT` trigger. That ought to be irrelevant; but I suppose I could try with a copy of the database in which `incoming` has been replaced by a regular table.