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Using LIKE in Oracle

Using LIKE
Look at the EmployeeStatisticsTable, and say you wanted to see all people whose last names started with "S";
The percent sign (%) is used to represent any possible character (number, letter, or punctuation) or set of
characters that might appear after the "S". To find those people with LastName's ending in "S", use '%S', or if
you wanted the "S" in the middle of the word, try '%S%'. The '%' can be used for any characters in the same
position relative to the given characters. NOT LIKE displays rows not fitting the given description. Other
possibilities of using LIKE, or any of these discussed conditionals, are available, though it depends on what
DBMS you are using; as usual, consult a manual or your system manager or administrator for the available
features on your system, or just to make sure that what you are trying to do is available and allowed. This
disclaimer holds for the features of SQL that will be discussed below. This section is just to give you an idea of
the possibilities of queries that can be written in SQL.

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