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I have a table with 2 fields field1 and field2 both are char fields

I would like a where:

select * from table where field1 like '%' & field2 & '%'

I just does not work
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by:Kevin Cross
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+ is the concatenation operator in SQL. & is a bitwise operator.
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In other words,
select * from table where field1 like '%' + field2 + '%';

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by:robrodp
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It returns just those records where field1=field2
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by:robrodp
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One record field1='James Bond' field2='Bond'


select * where field1 like '%' + field2 + '%'

returns nothing

select * where field1 like '%Bond%'

returns the record????
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by:robrodp
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Thx
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