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Query to fetch name with mixed case

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Hi All,

Can anyone of you send me a query to fetch only the name of the users who has name in mixed case (lower and upper case) .

And query to fetch only name with upper case ?

Nov 6 '08
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127 New Member
Ah ok, in some cases it can lead to wrong results indeed.

Nov 11 '08 #11
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Which Oracle version are you using? In 10g you can use regular expressions
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