Github user gatorsmile commented on the issue:
    Also checked SQL Server. It behaves differently from both `Postgre` and 
`DB2`. It simply ignores it. 
    > If there is no character after an escape character in the LIKE pattern, 
the pattern is not valid and the LIKE returns FALSE. If the character after an 
escape character is not a wildcard character, the escape character is discarded 
and the character following the escape is treated as a regular character in the 
pattern. This includes the percent sign (%), underscore (_), and left bracket 
([) wildcard characters when they are enclosed in double brackets ([ ]). Also, 
within the double bracket characters ([ ]), escape characters can be used and 
the caret (^), hyphen (-), and right bracket (]) can be escaped.
    Let me check Oracle now

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