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From: Dan Nelson (dnelsonallantgroup.com)
Date: Wed Jul 04 2007 - 16:09:36 CDT
In the last episode (Jul 04), David T. Ashley said:
> On 7/4/07, gary <byotekitmail.com> wrote:
> > SELECT column FROM table WHERE column LIKE "CAT\_%";
> Would it be reasonable to assume that if "column" is indexed, the
> query would execute quickly, i.e. I would assume that the indexing
> would facilitate this kind of query?
Yes, but only for prefix checks like in this example. ` LIKE "%CAT%" '
or ` LIKE "%CAT" ' can't use an index.
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