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Updating a vary jar field

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Hi, I have a vary jar field thar I would like to be able to updatell,  but leave the original data in the field.  Is this possible?
Any help would be appreciated.
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A WAT? Please rephrase your question.
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by:Morpheus7
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Hi,
Apologies, spell check took over. It should say  
Varchar.
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I have a Varchar column in a table and I  would like to be able to update the column without removing the original data, to be able to the  data already there.
Would it be possible to do this?
Many thanks
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UPDATE yourTable
SET column = column + 'new data'
WHERE condition;

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