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Strings

  • Grant Allen
  • Bob Bryla
  • Darl Kuhn

Abstract

Most likely, at least some of your database tables have some kind of string columns, whether they are CHAR, VARCHAR2, CLOB, or one of the equivalent multibyte versions. Once you have these columns in your tables, you generally have to do more than just display or capture the values in those columns. Thus, the focus of the recipes in this chapter is on searching, concatenating, and splitting string values in database columns.

Keywords

Regular Expression Update Statement Translate Function Instr Function Target String 
These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.

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© Grant Allen, Bob Bryla, and Darl Kuhn 2009

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  • Grant Allen
  • Bob Bryla
  • Darl Kuhn

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