In your FAQ on at 'http://www.postgresql.org/docs/faq-english.html',
Question 4.13 refers to the ILIKE operator, which does NOT exist in
any current versions of PostgreSQL. According to the mailing list
archives, it is slated for inclusion in the 7.1 release - but to
include it in the FAQ before then is misleading (I just spent an hour
trying to get it to work!).
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4.13) How do I perform regular expression searches and
case-insensitive regular expression searches?
The ~ operator does regular expression matching, and ~* does
case-insensitive regular expression matching. The case-insensitive
variant of LIKE is called ILIKE.
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