Re: LIKE Question
On Tue, 26 Aug 2008 12:41:08 -0700 (PDT), Mtek <mtek@xxxxxxxxxxx>
MySQL has this function, was wondering if this can be done with
Basically a query which uses the LIKE method, but is able to rank the
results in relevance, which ones match the most to the fewest??
You shouldn't assume any knowledge of MySQL in this forum.
You also should stop treating this forum and
as a replacement for reading the
official Oracle documentation and as a free Oracle course.
You should post an example of the results of the LIKE function in
However, above all, you should stop being a bore!!!
Senior Oracle DBA
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