I don't believe the LEFT function exists (at least by default).
Try this instead:
select SUBSTR(kd_aln,LENGTH(kd_aln) - 1, 2) as code from airlin
Also, please don't cross-post. This isn't an ODBC question. You're more
likely to get useful answers posting once to the correct list.
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