Dawn Buie wrote:
> I'm using postgres 7.4
> I have a column of data with the wrong prefix for many items.
> The wrong entries are entered ' /0/v.myimage.jpg'
> While the correct ones are ' /0/myimage.jpg'
> I need to remove all the 'v.' characters from this column.
> I'm able to do a
> SELECT * FROM myTable
> WHERE location = '%/0/v.%'
> I'm just confused about how I should write code to update the selected
> items to remove the 'v.'
> Would I use substring? An example would be much appreciated.
> thank you
How about update myTable set location=replace(location,'v.','');
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