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From: Thomas Spahni (tsplawbiz.ch)
Date: Tue Apr 07 2009 - 09:14:37 CDT
How can I specify 'unprintable' characters is a MySQL regexp ?
Query is (example only):
SELECT something FROM table WHERE column REGEXP 'Ã\\xA0';
I'm looking for an equivalent of the search part of a sed expression like
which means I want to include a character with code hex A0 in the regexp.
According to the manual this sytax is not supported for regexp.
Any other way to do this?
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