On Wed, 22 Aug 2001 16:21, Niklas Lampén wrote:
> What I need to do is to compare if one field matches a value from a
> huge list of values.
> Do I need to query like
> "SELECT * FROM table WHERE field LIKE '%value1%' || field LIKE
> '%value2%'" or can I do it something like this
> "SELECT * FROM table WHERE field LIKE ('%value1%' || '%value2%')"?
> Niklas Lampén
The first will work. If you are doing exact comparisons, the mysql
comparison operator IN may prove useful.
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