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From:Vivek Khera Date:March 25 1999 7:23pm
Subject:Re: invoque a user defined program from MYSQL
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>>>>> "CMC" == Claudia M Castaneda <claudia@stripped>
> writes:

CMC> We want to do string comparison using SQL. For instance:
CMC> A user asks to return all the strings that have 'asmmsg' at the beginning.
[ ... ]

CMC> Is it possible to do this with SQL? 

Yes;  Check out a good book on SQL from your nearby library and look
up the "LIKE" operator for the "WHERE" clause.

CMC> I have a routine to do this type of comparison in C; would it be possible
CMC> to embed it in MYSQL? 

No need.


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invoque a user defined program from MYSQLClaudia M. Castaneda25 Mar
  • Re: invoque a user defined program from MYSQLVivek Khera25 Mar
  • Re: invoque a user defined program from MYSQLChristian Mack26 Mar