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Re: InstantDB: Don't remember SQL...


Paul

Using % as a wildcard is standard I think. If you've picked * as a wildcard
because of MS Access then it's Access that's doing thing differently.

Pete
-----Original Message-----
From: Paul Libbrecht <paul@ags.uni-sb.de>
To: instantDB@enhydra.org <instantDB@enhydra.org>
Date: 16 July 2000 21:26
Subject: Re: InstantDB: Don't remember SQL...


>
>Thanks Sir Peter,
>
>Yes it worked fine. Is this kind of things included in the InstantDB
>syntax page, I couldn't seem to find it. Any pointer might help.
>
>Paul
>
>
>At 19:03 +0100 16/07/00, Peter Hearty wrote:
>>Paul
>>
>>I think you might want want something like:
>>
>>SELECT * FROM Names WHERE t LIKE "%eu%"
>>
>>Regards
>>
>>Peter Hearty
>>Lutris Technologies UK Ltd.
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