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From:Benjamin Pflugmann Date:June 25 1999 1:46am
Subject:Re: Regexps
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AFAIK, regular expressions do not offer any way to specify case
insensitivity. You can use LOWERCASE() on both parameters, though
(which is "almost" the same as if MySQL would support it with a keyword).



On Thu, Jun 24, 1999 at 09:50:50AM -0700, freek@stripped wrote:
> Does anyone know how to force case insensitivity for REGEXP? I have to
> search for keywords with different or mixed cases, and changing
> everything to lower case is not a good option. I am hoping for something
> along the lines of perl's /i option.
> Thank you kindly
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