Very well! Okay. The functions we've learned so far operated on all the string values, but we can also manipulate certain fragments or even single letters.
We'll start off with
substring(x, y). Take a look:
SELECT substring(name, 2)
What does the function
substring do? It returns part of the string starting from the character specified as y, which must be an integer value.
In this case, if the name is 'TripCare' and y = 2, we'll get 'ripCare' as the result, because the database will start at the second character, which is 'r'.
If the integer y you provide is larger than the whole string length, then you will get an empty string
'' as a result.
In Oracle, this function is called