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update query please

i have a column in dbse which contains some numbers say 1 22, 30 38

they may go up to 100 in due course or more
i want to devise a query that will change a group of them

say all the 10 s in the column to 12 or some other number of operators choice

help ppl
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Question by:topUKlawyer
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by:lee555J5
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What are those numbers -- "1 22, 30 38"?
Did you mean
1
22
30
38
etc.
?

If so, try this
UPDATE table_name
SET column_name = 12
WHERE column_name = 10;

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Lee
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many thanks i have resolved it myself with two sets of criteria [old number] and [new number]

which allows me to enter in a value for the updates as ans when we need them.
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hit on it by chance!
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