UPDATE table
SET column = CONCAT(
    MID( column, 2, LENGTH( column ) - 1 ),
    MID( column, 1, 1 )
)
WHERE column LIKE 'M%'

HTH
Ignatius
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From: "Shaun" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Tuesday, February 10, 2004 14:15
Subject: [PHP-DB] Help With An UPDATE Query Please


> Hi,
>
> How can I update a column where the first letter begins with 'M' and
adjust
> it so that column ends with 'M' instead. So something like 'UPDATE table
SET
> column = 'xxxM' WHERE column = 'Mxxx'. I hope this explains what I am
trying
> to achieve!
>
> Thanks
>
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