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REGEXP_REPLACE

select regexp_replace('ara,felosa,with the -and the *and the ^ and the RT','[[:punct:]]','/[[:punct:]]') from dual;

Hi is it possible in regexp_replace to replace lets say word 'about' with ' \about' and BT with '\BT' in one shot.
Thats where in input string it finds word 'about' replace it with '\about' and 'BT' with '\BT' in one regexp_replace statement
Please reply ASAp.

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avi_ny
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RajeshsgCommented:
select regexp_replace('ara,felosa,with the -and the *and the ^ and the RT','%[[:alpha:]]%','%\[[:alpha:]]%') from dual;

Can you try with this?

Thanks,
Rajesh


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