I am trying to do a wildcard search on a table, for example:
I have a table - info - that has a text field - business_name.
One value in that field is Demo Inc.
My question is can I execute a query that would search that field for demo*?
Something to the effect of "SELECT * FROM info WHERE business_name LIKE
and return Demo Inc.?
Thanks in advance for any assistance, and for going easy on a newbie. ; )
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