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Introduction
Concatenation
Simple text functions
Modifying strings
Summary
20. Summary

Instruction

Good!

That's it for this section! Before we move on, let's review what we've learned:

  • || is the concatenation operator. The || operator and the CONCAT() function are the concatenation functions. Both merge multiple strings into one.
  • LENGTH(s) returns the length of a string.
  • LOWER() and UPPER() functions change all letters in a string to lowercase or uppercase.
  • INITCAP(t) changes the first letter of each word of string t to title case.
  • LTRIM(s), RTRIM(s), and TRIM(s) return a string after removing spaces from the left, right, or both sides of a given string s.
  • LTRIM(s, 'set'), RTRIM(s, 'set'), and TRIM(s, 'set') return a string after removing custom set of characters from the left, right, or both sides of a given string s.
  • SUBSTRING(s, x, y) returns part of string s, starting from position x and returning the number of characters defined by y.
  • LEFT(s, n) returns the first n characters as the substring from the left side (beginning of the string).
  • RIGHT(s, n) returns the last n characters as the substring from the right side (end of the string).
  • POSITION(c IN s) finds the first occurance (index) of string c in string s.
  • STRPOS(s, c) does the same as the POSITION() function but has a different syntax.
  • REVERSE() returns text with all the characters in reverse order.
  • REPLACE(string, from, to) will replace from with to in the string string.
  • TRANSLATE(string, from, to) will make replacements in string based on the sets passed as strings into the from and to parameters.
  • REPEAT(x, n) will return the x string repeated n times.

Now it's time to practice!

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