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Re: Use of 'like' in where clause.
Posted by: Agnar Renolen
Date: April 22, 2005 07:31AM

using LIKE, you can specify wild-cards: % means any number of characters (corresponds to '*' on file name wild cards, while _ means one single character (? on file names).

Hence,

SELECT * FROM table_name WHERE col_name LIKE 'A%'

would select all records whose col_name start with an 'A'.

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