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LIKE OPERATOR IN SQL SERVER 2005

Posted By:Vilas Gite       Posted Date: June 21, 2011    Points: 200    Category: DataBase    URL: http://www.dotnetspark.com  

SQL SERVER 2005 : Using special character s (Wild Characters) in LIKE and NOT LIKE operator.
 

Special Characters are used for finding specific character string using LIKE operator in SQL SERVER.

Let's start to create database - trail

Table - Faculty


Insert records




Select * from Faculty


Shows all records within table




LIKE 'V[%]' : Search string start from v character.




LIKE '[_]n' : Search string start from any character, but second character start from 'a' character.









LIKE 'ra[d]' : Search string start from specific pattern, start from 'ra' but after 'ra' must 'd' character.





NOT LIKE 'ra[d]' : Search string start from specific pattern, No start from 'ra' and after 'ra' not 'd' character in string.



There are several patterns for searching string.

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