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Language: Informix
Expertise: Beginner
May 2, 2000

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Concatenating Fields

Question:
How do I concatenate a value in Stored Procedures (e.g., select * from mytable, where mytable.field1 = field that I concatenate)?

Answer:
If you want to match field1 to "LoggingLevel" and concatenate "Logging" and "Level" to get "LoggingLevel", do this:

SELECT * 
FROM mytable
WHERE
    mytable.field1 = "Logging"||"Level"
The "||" is the concatenation symbol.
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