At 01:23 AM 8/5/2000, Thomas Lockhart wrote:
>It finally dawned on my how to easily implement the LIKE/ESCAPE clause.
>Currently, LIKE is transformed to the "~~" operator in the parser. For
>LIKE/ESCAPE, we should instead transform it to a three-parameter
>function call. The rest of the implementation is likely to be trivial
>(as is this parsing solution).
While your at it... :)
Would their be anything like an ILIKE for a case insensitive like
search? Or maybe insensitive over text/char/varchar datatypes?
Just a thought...
- Thomas Swan
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