MySQL query to exclude numeric results?

Posted on 2008-10-22
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Last Modified: 2012-06-22
Evening folks!

I have an interesting question. Is it possible to exclude results of a given type from a MySQL Query?

For example, if I wanted to find all locations for products that did NOT have a number in their name.

(assume a simple table with just the 2 fields mentioned below, both varchar(20) )

SKU                LOCATION
SKU1                SOD (included in the query output)
SKU2                34A (not included in the query output)
SKU3                ABC (included in the query output)
SKU4                CLO (included in the query output)
SKU5                CLO34A (not included in the query output)

Question by:jmoriarty

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nick_bal earned 2000 total points
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select * from tablename where location not REGEXP '[[:digit:]]';

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Perfect! Thanks!

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