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VB.net SQL - Select items using LIKE

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Hi

I am trying to select any records in a table where the column Food_Desciption
contains the word "APPLE" but there is something wrong with my syntax below

Select * From Food Where [Food_Description] LIKE '*APPLE*' OR [Food_Description] LIKE '*APPLE*'

Ay the end of it I want the user to be able to enter any letter combination
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Question by:Murray Brown
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Use percent symbols:

Select * From Food Where [Food_Description] LIKE '%APPLE%'

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Stars work in Access. SQL Server uses percent symbols.
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by:Murray Brown
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Thanks. The system of mine that i copiedm that from caters for Access and SQL. Copied the wrong part of the if statement. Thanka for pointing out my silly mistake
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