As far as I know the answer is No. EDIT: found out an old thread where Imke (a M master) says this isn't possible
'#shared and #sections provide the following info.:
If you ask this question I guess there's a need behind it. If you provide more information, a context and what you actually expect to ultimately accomplish, maybe there's a solution...
FYI: Your context/need is probably different... in How to retrieve self (this) query name? the OP found a solution to his problem whilst the initial question was the same
Hope this helps and if this answers your question please mark this post as such to help others. Thanks + nice day...
because one output for one query,if I want to split one table to three tables and output them,there must to be three queries,and the code in the queries all the same ,only one step then they make the work done,that's why I need to know how to get the name of current query..