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From:Christian Mack Date:August 5 1999 11:27am
Subject:Re: LIKE operator
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Thimble Smith wrote:
> At 19:49, 19990804, toxalot@stripped wrote:
> >I read up on it and there doesn't seem to be a way to ignore case like you
> >can with perl.  It explains how to match the lower or uper case version.
> >Does that mean that I will have to manually alter the keyword that the user
> >enters into my text box to be any mix of upper and lower case?  Or is there
> >a way around this?
> If case isn't going to be important, I'd recommend storing the text in
> the database all in lower case, and converting the words the user enters
> to lower case before doing the search.  Or, you can use something like:
>     SELECT id FROM table_name WHERE LCASE(field) REGEXP "[[:<:]]word[[:>:]]"
> Tim

Hi Tim

If you use different languages, you should store them in UPPERCASE.
In some languages there are characters, which have two different lowercase representations
but only one uppercase.


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Re: LIKE operatorChristian Mack5 Aug
RE: LIKE operatoradhir5 Aug