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Oracle Regular Expressions

If you want to improve your ability to search and manipulate character data, regular expressions, a notation for describing textual patterns, is for you. And if you have Oracle Database 10g, you’re in luck, as the regular expressions feature was introduced starting with that release. Here are a couple of links that will help you understand and use regular expressions in your Oracle code (courtesy of Robert Vollman):

  1. Article at oracle.com
  2. Reference at psoug.org

Filed in Oracle on 06 Jul 05 | Tags: ,


Reader's Comments

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