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MySQL Tutorial - Using Regular Expression with REGEXP

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How To Use Regular Expression in Pattern Match Conditions?

If you have a pattern that is too complex for LIKE to handle, you can use the regular expression pattern condition: REGEXP. The following tutorial exercise provides you some good examples:

SELECT 'FYICenter.com' REGEXP '.*fyi.*' FROM DUAL;
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SELECT 'FYICenter.com' REGEXP '.*com$' FROM DUAL;
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SELECT 'FYICenter.com' REGEXP '^F.*' FROM DUAL; 
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