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<-- Chapter 9: SQL != Operator
LIKE Operator Example
WHERE `name` LIKE '%HI%';
Now Run this Query, we will see the output below :-
We can see here, that only the record is displayed which column name value matches the pattern "HI" . LIKE Operator has some other functioning also. Lets see those Examples too below :-
WHERE `designation` LIKE 's%';
We can see here, that only the record is displayed which column designation value starts with the letter "s".Lets see the other Example below
WHERE `designation` LIKE '%er';
We can see here, that only the record is displayed which column designation value ends with the letter "er".
Chapter 11: SQL BETWEEN Operator -->
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