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Convert like statement from Access QBD to SQL

Could someone please advise the syntax used in sql for this command that was in QBD in Access?

Like '[2-3]*[!0]*'

Thanks in advance!
Microsoft AccessMicrosoft SQL ServerMicrosoft SQL Server 2005

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dleads

8/22/2022 - Mon
Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]

(( yourfield Like '2*' or yourfield Like '3*' ) and yourfield not like '*0*')
Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)

Sql use % instead of *
Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]

looks like I misread the migration products... :)
I agree with capricorn, for sql 2005, the condition looks like this:


Like '[2-3]%[!0]%'
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dleads

I think we're close...

I'm trying to place this in the filter of a view (in the design view).
When I put this exact statement in
Like '[2-3]%[!0]%'
I get an error "Data type error in expresseion.'
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)

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dleads

The problem was the numeric field - and the like statement was perfect from both of you.
Therefore I'm awarding angellll a little more on the points.

Thank you both.