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From:Paul DuBois Date:November 25 2001 10:56pm
Subject:Re: Re: String Comparision
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At 7:40 PM +0100 11/25/01, Marjolein Katsma wrote:
>At 12:19 2001-11-25 -0600, Paul DuBois wrote:
>>>select * from users where dbname= "Brain" returns both "brain" and "Brain".
>>>
>>>I read section 6.3.2.2 and select binary dbname from users where
>>>dbname="brain" also returns both records.
>>
>>SELECT dbname FROM users WHERE BINARY dbname = "brain"
>>
>>perhaps?
>
>How would that locate records with "Brain"? Doesn't sound like a
>solution to me...

It wouldn't locate such records.  BINARY makes the comparison case
sensitive.

WHERE dbname = "brain"     returns only "brain" records
WHERE dbname = "Brain"     returns only "Brain" records

>
>Marjolein Katsma      webmaster@stripped
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Re: Re: String ComparisionPaul DuBois25 Nov
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