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Words with and without single quotes and returning both using Match Against
Posted by: Jason Wilson
Date: November 18, 2009 03:57PM

i am attempting to write a simple query where a search for "men's" and a search for "mens" will both return the same results, but using a full-text search.

select col1 from table1 where MATCH (col1,col2) AGAINST ('men\'s')
or
select col1 from table1 where MATCH (col1,col2) AGAINST ('mens')

either of these queries would ideally return rows with "men's" or "mens" but it does not of course.

trying to figure out a method to accomplish the same thing as:
select col1 from table1 where replace(col1, "'", "") like '%mens%'

thanks...

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