mysql regex replace
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mysql regex replace

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REGEXP_REPLACE(expression, pattern, replacement[, position[, occurrence[, match_type]]])

Example 1 - remove all "-" characters
SELECT REGEXP_REPLACE( fieldname, '-', '' ) AS newfieldname FROM tablename

mysql regexp match word

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SELECT *
FROM table 
WHERE keywords REGEXP '[[:<:]]rid[[:>:]]'

mysql replace regex

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DELIMITER $$

CREATE FUNCTION  `regex_replace`(pattern VARCHAR(1000),replacement VARCHAR(1000),original VARCHAR(1000))
RETURNS VARCHAR(1000)
DETERMINISTIC
BEGIN 
 DECLARE temp VARCHAR(1000); 
 DECLARE ch VARCHAR(1); 
 DECLARE i INT;
 SET i = 1;
 SET temp = '';
 IF original REGEXP pattern THEN 
  loop_label: LOOP 
   IF i>CHAR_LENGTH(original) THEN
    LEAVE loop_label;  
   END IF;
   SET ch = SUBSTRING(original,i,1);
   IF NOT ch REGEXP pattern THEN
    SET temp = CONCAT(temp,ch);
   ELSE
    SET temp = CONCAT(temp,replacement);
   END IF;
   SET i=i+1;
  END LOOP;
 ELSE
  SET temp = original;
 END IF;
 RETURN temp;
END$$

DELIMITER ;