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Posted on 2009-07-09
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Hey Experts!
I need to write a SQL query to filter out some records. I need all records that start with "MED" and are 8 characters long.
 
something along the lines of:
 
select * from TABLE where len(RECORD) = 8 and Begins with "MED"
 
Urgent! Thanx!!!

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select * from TABLE where len(RECORD) = 8 and RECORD like '%MED?%'
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select * from TABLE where len(RECORD) = 8 and RECORD like 'MED%'
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RECORD is nothing but you filed name that you want to check for length and start characters
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Thanx dude! worked like a charm
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