When you reference parts of a pattern or a query, you do so by naming them. The names you give the different parts are called identifiers.
In this example:
MATCH (n)-->(b) RETURN b
The identifiers are
Identifier names are case sensitive, and can contain underscores and alphanumeric characters (a-z, 0-9), but must
always start with a letter.
If other characters are needed, you can quote the identifier using backquote (
The same rules apply to property names.
|Identifiers are only visible in the same query part
Identifiers are not carried over to subsequent queries.
If multiple query parts are chained together using