Hi folks, I have trouble to execute a statement with single quotes like this one: ``` rc = sqlite3_prepare_v2(db, "select strftime('%s') as time, int_test from stest", -1, &ppStmt, &pzTail); ``` rc returns 0 but a subsequent ``` let ct = String(cString: sqlite3_column_decltype(ppStmt, cc)).uppercased(); ``` runs into Unexpectedly found nil while implicitly unwrapping an Optional value It seems ppStmt is not set on this moment. I could catch it, however, but in the end my SQl would fail. Replacing the statement to a command without single quotes works fine instead. Generally there's seems a problem with single quotes of parameters in functions passed by the command in Swift. In the case above a Bind would not work because we're not talking about a Where clause. Any help appreciate.