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From:Thimble Smith Date:August 4 1999 5:26pm
Subject:Re: LIKE operator
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At 13:19, 19990804, adhir@stripped wrote:
>Try rlike - that allows you to use regexps to do the matching...

Right.  I was being pedantic, not solving problems.  Using RLIKE is
the obvious solution to the problem, as long as you're using a DB
that handles it.

Tim

>Thimble Smith (tim@stripped) wrote:
>>
>> I can't think of a good way to handle word boundaries using LIKE (so
>> that LIKE "%discover%" will match "Discover the world!" but not "I
>> discovered the world!"  There probably is a good way to do it, but
>> it's escaping me right now.
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RE: LIKE operatoradhir4 Aug
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Re: LIKE operatorChristian Mack5 Aug
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