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Oracle regular expression part 1 regexp like
 
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Regular Expressions (Regex) Tutorial: How to Match Any Pattern of Text
 
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In this regular expressions (regex) tutorial, we're going to be learning how to match patterns of text. Regular expressions are extremely useful for matching common patterns of text such as email addresses, phone numbers, URLs, etc. Almost every programming language has a regular expression library, so learning regular expressions with not only help you with finding patterns in your text editors, but also you'll be able to use these programming libraries to search for patterns programmatically as well. Let's get started... The code from this video can be found at: https://github.com/CoreyMSchafer/code_snippets/tree/master/Regular-Expressions Python Regex Tutorial: https://youtu.be/K8L6KVGG-7o If you enjoy these videos and would like to support my channel, I would greatly appreciate any assistance through my Patreon account: https://www.patreon.com/coreyms Or a one-time contribution through PayPal: https://goo.gl/649HFY If you would like to see additional ways in which you can support the channel, you can check out my support page: http://coreyms.com/support/ Equipment I use and books I recommend: https://www.amazon.com/shop/coreyschafer You can find me on: My website - http://coreyms.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/CoreyMSchafer Twitter - https://twitter.com/CoreyMSchafer Google Plus - https://plus.google.com/+CoreySchafer44/posts Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/coreymschafer/
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Regular Expressions in oracle part 3/ Arabic
 
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-- we use Regexp to search/ match / replace string --1 Regexp_like --2 Regexp_replace --3 Regexp_instr --4 Regexp_substr --5 Regexp_count --note we can user Regexp with CHAR/Varchar2/clob but not LONG https://docs.oracle.com/cd/B12037_01/server.101/b10759/functions116.htm#SQLRF06303 http://psoug.org/reference/regexp.html
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09 MySQL Tutorial for Beginners: LIKE + REGEXP Operators, Regular Expressions
 
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You use the LIKE operator to retrieve rows that match a string pattern. The Mask for a LIKE phrase can contain special symbols called "wildcards". Masks aren't case-sensitive. In contrast to the LIKE operator, the REGEXP operator allows you to create complex string patterns known as regular expressions. The mask for a REGEXP phrase can contain special characters and constructs like: - the "caret" (^) symbol matches the pattern to the beginning of the value being tested. - The "dollar sign" ($) symbol matches the pattern to the end of the value being tested. - The "pipe" (|) symbol separates two string patterns and matches either one. - "Square brackets" [] are used to specify multiple values. lf you use the NOT keyword, only those rows with values that don't match the string pattern are included in the result set. EXERCISES for your SELF-TRAINING: http://golearnfast.com/Quizzes.php?_SelectSmallerGroup_286=0&Lessons_ID=286 SCRIPT FOR THE EXAMPLES: http://www.golearnfast.com/files/lessons_material/lesson_277_1440544998.sql SUBSCRIBE! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMEaGDoHU7c9tWyafZ9vC6Q?sub_confirmation=1 FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/golearnfast GOOGLE+ https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/101326338689489366802/
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25. SQL for Beginners - REGEXP_LIKE( ) Condition (HIndi) | Regular Expressions
 
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Intermediate Oracle 11g - 4. Expressions and Regular Expressions
 
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This Intermediate course expands on the Introduction to Oracle 11g course. It gives you a more detailed grass roots knowledge of Oracle SQL and Oracle PL/SQL. Author covers a wide range of topics including many types of queries, expressions, and statements. He also explores sequences, synonyms, views, materialized views, user access and security, working with indexes, and the basics of programming with PL/SQL. As with the introductory course, this intermediate course is not focused on Oracle Certification but will give you a good start towards some more advanced aspects of coding SQL and PL/SQL. Parts: 01. What an Expression Is. 02. Types of Expressions. 03. Expression Types Demo pt. 1. 04. Expression Types Demo pt. 2. 05. Expression Types Demo pt. 3. 06. Meta Characters. 07. Regular Expression Functions. 08. Using Regular Expression Patterns. 09. Check Constraint Regular Expressions. 10. Oracle Expression Filter.
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Oracle Operators in Oracle Database | Oracle Tutorial for Beginners
 
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Oracle Operators in Oracle Database | Oracle Tutorial for Beginners Oracle Operators BETWEEN AND . NOT BETWEEN AND IS NULL and IS NOT NULL LIKE Operator in Oracle NOT LIKE Operators in Oracle IN and NOT IN Oracle SQL Oracle tutorials for Beginners oracle query between two timestamps oracle between inclusive oracle sql between two dates with time oracle between exclusive sql between dates sql between datetime sql between inclusive or exclusive between clause in oracle for date oracle not in vs not exists oracle not exists in condition in oracle oracle sql not in subquery oracle not in null if not exists in oracle not equal to in oracle not like in oracle how to select null values in oracle oracle case is null oracle compare null values in where clause oracle sql not null or empty oracle is not null oracle case when not null then how to handle null in case statement in oracle is null in oracle not like in oracle with multiple values oracle not like wildcard oracle sql like multiple values if not in oracle pl sql sql query not like multiple values how to pass parameter in like operator in oracle regexp_like in oracle oracle not equal
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What is REGULAR EXPRESSION? What does REGULAR EXPRESSION mean? REGULAR EXPRESSION meaning
 
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What is REGULAR EXPRESSION? What does REGULAR EXPRESSION mean? REGULAR EXPRESSION meaning - REGULAR EXPRESSION definition - REGULAR EXPRESSION explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. In theoretical computer science and formal language theory, a regular expression (sometimes called a rational expression) is a sequence of characters that define a search pattern, mainly for use in pattern matching with strings, or string matching, i.e. "find and replace"-like operations. The concept arose in the 1950s, when the American mathematician Stephen Kleene formalized the description of a regular language, and came into common use with the Unix text processing utilities ed, an editor, and grep, a filter. In modern usage, "regular expressions" are often distinguished from the derived, but fundamentally distinct concepts of regex or regexp, which no longer describe a regular language. See below for details. Regexps are so useful in computing that the various systems to specify regexps have evolved to provide both a basic and extended standard for the grammar and syntax; modern regexps heavily augment the standard. Regexp processors are found in several search engines, search and replace dialogs of several word processors and text editors, and in the command lines of text processing utilities, such as sed and AWK. Many programming languages provide regexp capabilities, some built-in (for example Perl, JavaScript, Ruby, AWK, and Tcl) and others via a standard library (for example .NET languages, Java, Python, POSIX C, and C++ since C++11). Most other languages offer regexps via a library.
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Regex Lookarounds
 
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In regex you can perform lookarounds to check for matches that don't get consumed. These are zero-length assertions that merely report the match. Here I'll show you the basics of how to use positive look-aheads and look-beninds.
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MySQL Database Tutorial - 15 - Regular Expressions
 
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0302 About Optimizer Statistics
 
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Oracle REPLACE Function
 
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https://www.databasestar.com/oracle-replace/ The Oracle REPLACE function is a string manipulation function that allows you to replace one text string with another. It can be a whole word or sentence, or even a single value. The syntax of the REPLACE function is: REPLACE ( whole_string, string_to_replace, [replacement_string]) To use this function, the parameters are: - whole_string (mandatory): This is the string that will be checked for the characters to be replaced. - string_to_replace (mandatory): This is the string that will be searched for within whole_string. - replacement_string (optional): This is the string that will be used to replace occurrences of string_to_replace. Because the last parameter is optional, if it is not specified, then the Oracle REPLACE function removes all occurrences of string_to_replace. You can replace carriage returns with REPLACE, but you’ll need to use the CHR function. You can replace NULL values in Oracle, but this is best done with another function such as NVL, rather than REPLACE. If you want to replace multiple characters, you can do this using nested REPLACE functions or a REGEXP_REPLACE function. For more information about the Oracle REPLACE function, including all of the SQL shown in this video and the examples, read the related article here: https://www.databasestar.com/oracle-replace/
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Using SQL for Pattern Matching in Oracle Database - OLL Live recorded event
 
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Learn how to use SQL for Pattern Matching. Row pattern matching in native SQL improve application and development productivity and query efficiency for row-sequence analysis. Recognizing patterns in a sequence of rows has been a capability that was widely desired, but not possible with SQL until now. With Oracle Database 12c Release 1 (12.1), you can use the MATCH_RECOGNIZE clause to perform pattern matching in SQL. See the related tutorial at http://apex.oracle.com/pls/apex/f?p=44785:24:0::::P24_CONTENT_ID,P24_PREV_PAGE:6781,1. Copyright © 2013 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
27. SQL for Beginners - REGEXP_INSTR( ) (Hindi) | Regular Expressions
 
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UTL_MATCH : String Matching in Oracle
 
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Use the UTL_MATCH package to determine the similarity between two strings. For more information see: https://oracle-base.com/articles/11g/utl_match-string-matching-in-oracle Website: https://oracle-base.com Blog: https://oracle-base.com/blog Twitter: https://twitter.com/oraclebase Cameo by Danny Bryant Blog: http://dbaontap.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/dbcapoeira Cameo appearances are for fun, not an endorsement of the content of this video.
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Using postgres regexp_replace to clean text data
 
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Sometimes you need to remove characters or clean data before you extract it. Regexp_replace is a very useful function. We cover it in some detail including some details about word boundaries along with flags.
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SQL Tutorial For Beginners : What is SYS_CONTEXT in Oracle with Example
 
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What is SYS_CONTEXT in Oracle with Example What is SYS_CONTEXT Function? Syntax: SYS_CONTEXT( namespace, parameter [, length] ) SQL Tutorial SQL Tutorial for beginners PLSQL Tutorial PLSQL Tutorial for beginners PL/SQL Tutorial PL SQL Tutorial PL SQL Tutorial for beginners PL/SQL Tutorial for beginners Oracle SQL Tutorial
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SQL Server Interview Question: Find the wrongly entered records in a table using Regex Function
 
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SQL Server Interview Question: How to find the wrongly entered Phone numbers in Employee tablein millions of records using Regex Function
Oracle SQL Tutorial 10 - Whitespace, Case Sensitivity, and Comments
 
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SELECT "Hello World" FROM DUAL The first thing you should know about writing queries is that this SQL is not whitespace sensitive. That means we can space this out however we wish. The only requirement is that you do not separate keywords out with spaces. They must be as one entity. Another gotcha is that when you are inside of quotes, whitespace becomes very important. That means if inside of a string you put a character and then 10 spaces, every single one of those spaces is going to part of that string: SELECT "Hello World" FROM DUAL The next thing you should notice is the capitalization. When we type SQL, by convention we capitalize all keywords. I personally really like this because you can easily see the difference between keywords and words that we created or use. But obviously we could capitalize the letters in the quotes. Keep in mind that this is a convention, meaning you do not have to follow this. Oracle is also case insensitive in that SELECT and select both do the same thing. Strings, once again, care about casing. Take this, for example: SELECT 'true' FROM DUALWHERE 'Hello' = 'Hello' And compare the results to this: SELECT 'true' FROM DUALWHERE 'Hello' = 'hello' Only the first one outputs the value true. Once we get into creating database objects such as tables with columns, those are not case sensitive either. That means instead of selecting from DUAL, you can select from DuAl Finally, I shall introduce you to comments. Comments allow you to tell the database engine that you want it to ignore a certain part of your code and not execute it. This is helpful if you want to document your code. It is also useful if you want to have multiple SQL statements open in one tab, but don't want to hover over the one you want to execute. You can comment out the ones you are not using and uncomment them when you are done. Using – will comment out the rest of the line, Using /* */ will comment everything between. This can even be used over multiple lines. But now, let's move onto the important stuff… CREATING TABLES!!!!! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ HELP ME! http://www.patreon.com/calebcurry Subscribe to my newsletter: http://bit.ly/JoinCCNewsletter Donate!: http://bit.ly/DonateCTVM2. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Additional Links~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ More content: http://CalebCurry.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/CalebTheVideoMaker Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CalebTheVideoMaker2 Twitter: http://twitter.com/calebCurry Amazing Web Hosting - http://bit.ly/ccbluehost (The best web hosting for a cheap price!)
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LNNVL FUNCTION IN ORACLE SQL
 
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This video is the 5th video in the series of 'working with null', this video explains the working of the lnnvl function in oracle sql with simple and easy to understand example. LNNVL provides a concise way to evaluate a condition when one or both operands of the condition may be null. The function can be used only in the WHERE clause of a query. It takes as an argument a condition and returns TRUE if the condition is FALSE or UNKNOWN and FALSE if the condition is TRUE. LNNVL can be used anywhere a scalar expression can appear, even in contexts where the IS [NOT] NULL, AND, or OR conditions are not valid but would otherwise be required to account for potential nulls. Oracle Database sometimes uses the LNNVL function internally in this way to rewrite NOT IN conditions as NOT EXISTS conditions. In such cases, output from EXPLAIN PLAN shows this operation in the plan table output. The condition can evaluate any scalar values but cannot be a compound condition containing AND, OR, or BETWEEN.
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How to use the Like Operator in SQL
 
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Learn how to use the LIKE operator in SQL Server to partially match fields. In this video we will explore how to use the LIKE, %, and ranges to perform various partial match searches.
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Oracle EXP Function
 
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https://www.databasestar.com/oracle-mathematical-functions/ The Oracle EXP function returns the mathematical value of e raised to the nth power. EXP is short for “exponential”. The value of “e” is a mathematical constant, and it’s roughly equal to 2.71. The syntax of the EXP function is: EXP( number ) We don't need to specify the value of e, because it's a standard value (kind of like pi). The parameter for EXP is a number which represents the power to raise e to. For example, if the number is 2, then the function calculates e to the power of 2 and returns that number. For more information about the Oracle EXP function, including all of the SQL shown in this video and the examples, read the related article here: https://www.databasestar.com/oracle-mathematical-functions/
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SQL Complete Tutorial - LIKE condition for pattern matching values - Chapter 18
 
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In this video, I have explained about the LIKE condition for pattern matching values.
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Oracle Database Tutorial 6: The "Between" Operator In Sql
 
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The BETWEEN operator selects values within a given range. The values can be numbers, text, or dates. The BETWEEN operator is inclusive: begin and end values are included. between in sql server sql between datetime sql between inclusive oracle sql between dates sql between inclusive or exclusive sql query between two dates and times sql not between
RegEx Basics, Regular Expressions for Beginners
 
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Hi and welcome to this beginners course on regular expressions. This knowledge is a must for any developer or IT professional. Today regex support is included in all large programming languages, although there might be some differences from language to language the basics are the same and that is what we are going to look at this course. link to the full course: http://virtualcallback.teachable.com/courses/regex-regular-expressions-for-beginners
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exchange Partition , Move partition in oracle
 
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exchange Partition , Move partition in oracle Possible operations with partitions SQL Tutorial SQL Tutorial for beginners PLSQL Tutorial PLSQL Tutorial for beginners PL/SQL Tutorial PL SQL Tutorial PL SQL Tutorial for beginners PL/SQL Tutorial for beginners Oracle SQL Tutorial Add Drop Rename Split Move ( Moving from Tablespace to tablespace) Exchange (Table to Table(non Partitioned table)) not partitioned only exchanging data (p)
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1Z0-160 Exam Dumps | Oracle Cloud 1Z0-160 Dumps PDF
 
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1Z0-160 Exam Dumps Questions | Instant Download: https://www.justcerts.com/oracle/1Z0-160-practice-questions.html Two commonly used Preparation Methods for Cloud 1Z0-160 exams: The candidates preparing for the Oracle Cloud 1Z0-160 Exam usually opt for the following two preparation techniques: • Study Guides • Video Tutorials Study guides are used by the students because these books contain detailed knowledge about every single topic that the students appearing for the Oracle Cloud 1Z0-160 Exam, might be asked in the Exam. Although, study guides are detailed but their lengthy nature makes them tiresome, dull and dreary for the students preparing for the Oracle Cloud 1Z0-160 Exam. Conversely, these students prefer to use video lessons as preparation tools. Video lessons are more interactive and less boring when compared to study guides. This does not imply that the students must do away with study guides and focus only on video lectures. If the students want to ace the Oracle Cloud 1Z0-160 Exam, they must use and benefit from both the methods. The students usually make the mistake of underestimating the practice tests and not going through them. Resultantly, they feel anxious before appearing for the Oracle Cloud 1Z0-160 Exam as they have no idea what might be asked of them in the Exam. Even statistics have shown that majority of the students who fail the Oracle Cloud 1Z0-160 Exam are not poorly prepared. They fail mainly due to the high anxiety levels that they experience. If students go through the practice exams thoroughly, they can eliminates this anxiety completely. Oracle Cloud 1Z0-160 Exam – Vital and crucial for the candidates The Oracle Cloud 1Z0-160 Exam are difficult to clear but they are vital and crucial for the candidates because: these Oracle Cloud 1Z0-160 Exam, enable them to attain respectable, challenging jobs to build-up their careers. Instructions for Oracle Cloud 1Z0-160 Exam preparation A few instructions that the students preparing for the Oracle Cloud 1Z0-160 Exam must be mindful of, are as follows: The candidates must necessarily be well-informed about the syllabus. The candidates can clear the Oracle Cloud 1Z0-160 exam in the first shot, only via determined efforts and practice on their part. Internet research can be used to find relevant preparation material for the Oracle Cloud 1Z0-160 Exam. JustCerts choice The candidates should show prudence and should select the JustCerts which offers the best the Oracle Cloud 1Z0-160 exams preparation material. Other points to be noted are given below: The candidates are allowed to search any Oracle Cloud 1Z0-160 Exam on the JustCerts. The candidates can always remain aware of the latest updates because this JustCerts constantly gets updated. The JustCerts defends its customer-related information via the antivirus McAfee. The candidates can share their experience with the JustCerts via commenting. They can also view the previous comments posted by customers who had gained familiarity with the JustCerts. The information thus collected, is then used to make changes to the JustCerts, if considered compulsory. The JustCerts provides for a Oracle Cloud 1Z0-160 Exam sample. The aim of the JustCertsis to ensure that the JustCerts being sold to its customers, is exactly identical to the one that was originally marketed to them for sale. The JustCerts's usefulness for the customers The JustCerts is useful for its customers because: The JustCerts pays back the sum paid as Oracle Cloud 1Z0-160 Exam fee. The amount of the fee is paid back only to those candidates who did not clear the exam but informed the JustCerts of about their failure, within a sixty days duration. The JustCerts provides useful professional assistance and guidance for the candidate's future. The JustCerts offers price cuts and up to 30% discount to the regular purchasers.
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SQL Server Regular Expression Search
 
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This video will explain how to remove blank lines in SQL Server
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MySQL Tutorial #8 in Hindi: LIKE Operator with Solved Queries
 
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MySQL Tutorial #8 in Hindi: LIKE Operator with Solved Queries MySQL tutorial for Beginners MySQL Installation Guide How to Install MySQL on windows 10
Oracle sql materialized view refresh fast
 
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Oracle SQL materialized view refresh fast
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SQL multiple LIKE operator
 
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Alternative to SQL multiple LIKE operator on SQL server. Works in case all searched patterns have the same length and position.
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ORACLE SQL 11: LIKE, IN, BETWEEN
 
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Finding data using Oracle BI
 
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This is an second introduction video to Oracle BI and my BI Video Tutorial on how to find data using Oracle BI This is the second and for now the last video where I am not really making report, but focus more understanding the environments and its options in which we make our results This is probably the single most important video of this series, since whatever is done wrong during this stage, will eventually lead to starting all over again I discuss now to choose a subject area, how to choose dimensions and facts, how to combine subject areas, and how to use filters when defining the criteria for your reports Everything I talk about is applicable to building reports for Oracle Sales Cloud or any other applications that uses this reporting tool. Other applications like: - Oracle CRM On Demand - Oracle HCM Cloud - Oracle ERP Cloud - Peoplesoft - e-Business Suite - or even custom built applications Sometimes the user interface might be slightly different though. This video is part of my Oracle BI Video Tutorial that can be found on my blog: Edward's Oracle Blog: http://www.dewolf.net Let me know how you liked it and if it was usefull! Want to know when I upload more videos or post about Oracle Sales Cloud or Oracle BI? Follow me on twitter: https://twitter.com/edewolf_cx
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Learn Oracle | Using Case Function, Decode Function in SQL
 
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Oracle SQL MEDIAN Function Examples and Guide
 
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https://www.databasestar.com/median-mean-mode-in-oracle/ In this video, you’ll learn what the term “median” means, and how to generate an Oracle SQL median value. What is median? It’s the middle value in a list of values, after the values have been sorted in ascending order. It’s kind of like an average, but it’s different, as the average finds the total of the values divided by the number of values and will often not be one of the values in the list. Median will usually be the value in the list that is the middle point. So, how can you calculate the median in Oracle SQL? We use a function called MEDIAN. And in this video, I’ll show you how to use the function and see some examples. For more information on the MEDIAN function, including the SQL used in this video, read the related article here: https://www.databasestar.com/median-mean-mode-in-oracle/
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BluePrism - String Reg Expressions || Reality & Useful
 
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Hi Friends, Now we will discuss about 'Utility - String' Regular expressions -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Why we need to use regular expressions and which scenario we need to use them? -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Let's take an example, I have one data item contains alphabates and I want to check wheather the data item having only alphabates or numbers or alphanumarics or any other condition checks. These type of operations we can do using regular expressions. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- we can find the syntaxs of regular expressions in w3scools. see here few of the regular expressions [abc] the string should contains a, b, c letters combination only [^abc] doesn't contains the combination of a, b, c or individually [0-9] string must contains only digits [^0-9] string should not contain numbers (x|y) Find any of the alternatives specified --------------------------------------------------------------------------- let's try on these expressions using 'Utility - String' regular expressions See we have an Action to use 'Test Regex Match' and it is expecting the inputs Regex Pattern - This is regular expression syntax Target String - This is, on which string we have to match Output will be the Flag type mean, either matching or not, true or false --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Let's check with the number [0-9] pattern My target string should contain only numbers not any other symboles or alphabates. let's check it See I got true, because my target string having only number. If I give alphabates? see the result -- I got the false result What if I give combination of alphabates and numbers or other symboles too? see once Well, we got true. That means it is accepting the other characters along with the numbers. Let's restrict the alphabates in this using [0-9] ^[a-b] we got the false. --------------------------------------------------------- 2. Now we will see about [abc] expression I gave target string with in the abc letters that's why I got true. Let's include other characters. It gave me true and accepting the other letters If we don't want other letters to accept include ^[d-z] Let's try See now we got false. ^ means inverse/not case Now we will avoid the abc letters and use it for [abc] expression Results are false, because Target string doesn't contain abc letters. Make sure to know about the meaning of regular expression first. already we got idea about ^ symbol ^ - not case [] - are used for expression symbol - - used for range(between) like 0 to 9 or between 'a' and 'z' Thank you for watching video
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Oracle RTRIM Function
 
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https://www.databasestar.com/oracle-trim/ The Oracle RTRIM function allows you to remove a specific character from the right side of a string. It’s one of the most commonly used string manipulation functions in SQL, in my experience. The “R” in “RTRIM” stands for “right”. It’s often used to remove spaces from the right of a string. However it can be used to remove other characters, such as trailing slashes from URLs. The syntax for the RTRIM function is: RTRIM(input_string, [trim_character]) The input_string is the text you want to remove characters from. It can be any kind of expression, such as a specific text value or a column. The trim_character is the character you want to remove from the right of the string. It’s an optional parameter, and if you don’t specify it, then a space character is used by the function. The parameters can be any type of string. The function will return either a VARCHAR2 or a LOB data type, depending on the type of data you specify in the parameters. You can specify more than one value for the trim_character, and the RTRIM function will remove both characters from the right of the string. The function is similar to the LTRIM value, where LTRIM removes characters from the left of the string. For more information on the RTRIM function, including the SQL used in this video, read the related article here: https://www.databasestar.com/oracle-trim/
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Oracle LPAD Function
 
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https://www.databasestar.com/oracle-lpad/ The Oracle LPAD function is used to add extra characters to the left of a text value. This is called “padding”, and the function is called LPAD because the L stands for “left” and it “left pads” a text value. It’s the opposite of RPAD, which pads characters to the right of the value. The LPAD function can be useful for ensuring all values are the same length, or if there is another requirement you have for adding characters to the end. The syntax is: LPAD(expr, length [,pad_expression]) The expr parameter is the text value you want to pad or add characters to. The length is the total length the expression or value will be after the padding has been done. It’s not the number of characters to add. The pad_expression is an optional field and is the character or characters to add to the left end of the string. The default value is a space. If the length specified in the function is shorter than the length of the string, then the string is truncated to meet the length. For more information about the Oracle LPAD (and LPAD) function, including all of the SQL shown in this video and the examples, read the related article here: https://www.databasestar.com/oracle-lpad/
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SQL - The Like Statement Wildcards & Searching For Symbols
 
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From time to time you will want to search within your database for specific information. Quite often this information would be a name or descriptor of some shape or form, but what if you want to search on a symbol? More specifically a symbol that is also used as a wild-card, a lot of people have pulled their hair out on that one because as soon as you use the "%" (percentage symbol) or "_" (underscore symbol) your stumped due to them being reserved symbols for the like clause. Well worry no further, this video will explain the way to tell that pesky symbols to be a symbols to search on rather than symbols for searching with. This is one of many videos which can be seen at PCTeach.me. Come join the gang!
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How to use Joiner Operator in Data Warehouse || TYBScIT || Sem-6 || Data Warehouse ||Joiner Operator
 
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Welcome to Knowledge Works.. In this video you will know about How to use Joiner Operator in Data Warehouse. This video is help you to understand Joiner Operator. Watch full video to understand do not watch half video otherwise you'll not understand. Watch Previous videos:- 1). Importing Data from oracle to oracle Part-1 👉👉 https://youtu.be/ewfPaX2Ic38 2). Importing Data from Oracle to Oracle part-2 👉👉 https://youtu.be/FyG0dmAqjZM 3). Project Creation In Oracle Warehouse Builder 👉👉 https://youtu.be/8rgAE8XHrRc SUBSCRIBE SHARE LIKE COMMENT PLEASE
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SQL 020 SELECT WHERE LIKE or How can I match a pattern of wildcard characters?
 
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Explains the SELECT WHERE LIKE clause. From http://ComputerBasedTrainingInc.com SQL Course. Learn by doing SQL commands for ANSI Standard SQL, Access, DB2, MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, and SQL Server.
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04 MySQL Tutorial for Beginners: USE, SELECT, result set, DISTINCT, ALL
 
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In this video you will begin to code your first "SQL statements" in MySQL Workbench. The very first thing you need to do is to choose and select a database. The "USE statement" is the one you’re going to need for this purpose, and it's the very first statement you're going to learn. The second statement you're going to learn is the "SELECT statement" which is used to retrieve data from a base table. You code the SELECT keyword followed by a list of column names separated by commas and the FROM keyword followed by the name of the base table from which the query retrieves the data. A "result set" is a table of data resulted from a statement: you can think of it as a temporary table that's created within a database. Note that when you execute a USE statement alone, you do not get any results back, because a USE statement itself does not expect to have any results back. In the SELECT clause, you can code an asterisk as a shorthand to indicate that all of the rows and columns should be retrieved. By default, all of the rows in the base table are included in the result set. In some cases, that means that the result set will contain duplicate rows, or rows whose column values are identical. If that's not what you want, you can include the DISTINCT keyword in the SELECT clause to eliminate the duplicate rows. The DISTINCT keyword prevents duplicate rows from being included in the result set. The ALL keyword causes all rows matching the search condition to be included in the result set, regardless of whether rows are duplicated. The ALL keyword is the default and can therefore be omitted. EXERCISES for your SELF-TRAINING: http://golearnfast.com/Quizzes.php?_SelectSmallerGroup_279=0&Lessons_ID=279 SCRIPT FOR THE EXAMPLES: http://www.golearnfast.com/files/lessons_material/lesson_277_1440544998.sql SUBSCRIBE! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMEaGDoHU7c9tWyafZ9vC6Q?sub_confirmation=1 FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/golearnfast GOOGLE+ https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/101326338689489366802/
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MySQL 27 - TEXT, TINYTEXT, MEDIUMTEXT, LONGTEXT
 
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The TEXT data types have not yet been discussed, but they are another string data type. They are similar to the VARCHAR data type with some minor differences that are important to know. The first thing to note is that there are four versions used to determine different sizes. From least to greatest size is TINYTEXT, TEXT, MEDIUMTEXT, LARGETEXT. These each have different maximum byte sizes: 255, 65535, 16 million something, and 4 billion something. You create a column as one of these data types just as you would with a varchar column. You work with them exactly the same, too. If that is the case, what are the primary differences between these and VARCHAR? The first difference is that VARCHAR is restricted by the row limit of a table. TEXT tables do not contribute nearly as much (max of 12 bytes) because the data is not stored inline in the table. This means that if you need to allow for extra space for other rows, you can use a TEXT column. And even though the table only contains a pointer to the data, it is all hidden to us and working with a TEXT column is the same as working with a VARCHAR column. The second primary difference is that TEXT data types do not allow for a default other than NULL. Thirdly, VARCHAR is limited to just under 64KB, whereas you can use MEDIUMTEXT or LARGETEXT to allow for more storage. So if what you are trying to store as an individual value is over 64KB, use a text column. Other than those three things, VARCHAR will usually work just fine for our text needs. Now, last thing is that these data types are often called CLOB data types. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Support me! http://www.patreon.com/calebcurry Subscribe to my newsletter: http://bit.ly/JoinCCNewsletter Donate!: http://bit.ly/DonateCTVM2. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Additional Links~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ More content: http://CalebCurry.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/CalebTheVideoMaker Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CalebTheVideoMaker2 Twitter: http://twitter.com/calebCurry Amazing Web Hosting - http://bit.ly/ccbluehost (The best web hosting for a cheap price!)
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like syntax: select * from tabela coluna_n1 like '%X%'; select * from tabela coluna_n1 like 'X%'; select * from tabela coluna_n1 like '%X';
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