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Help with SQL statment that only includes records without a # at the start of the string.

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I have a table (GL_Account) with two columns that I want to retreive Account & AccountDesc.  Both are type Char.  I want to select only the rows that the Account does not end in 0 and the AccountDesc does not start with #.



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select * from GL_Account where RIGHT(account,1) <> '0' and LEFT(AccountDesc,1) <> '#'
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select * from GL_Account where AccountDESC like '#%' and amount like '%0'
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