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string comparision

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how to perform case insensitive comparision in mysql?
Nov 25 '11 #1
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Why don't you use the lower case function LCASE() to both strings?
Nov 25 '11 #2

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or UCASE() to both strings

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  1. SELECT * FROM tablename WHERE UCASE('abCD') = UCASE('ABcd');
or using like clause

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  1. SELECT * FROM tablename WHERE 'abCD' like 'ABcd';
Dec 3 '11 #3

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