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Tip: Understanding the INSTR Function

Learn more about using the INSTR function in MySQL.


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MySQL is very powerful with a lot of in-built features. Today we are analyzing the INSTR function.

Syntax:

INSTR (String, subString)


Result: Returns the first index of the subString in String. If subString is not part of String, then the result is 0 (zero).

Example:

SELECT INSTR('Archaeologist', 'log');

This results in a value of 8, which implies the index of the 'log' present in 'Archaeologist.'



   
Sridhar M S. is a Java developer from Bangalore, India. He holds a master's degree in Computer Science.
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