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I have a ten character field and need to exclude records if the first 2 character equal a specific pattern how do you do that?
ASKED: May 11, 2009  5:21 PM
UPDATED: May 11, 2009  5:53 PM

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<pre>SELECT *
FROM your_table
WHERE your_field NOT LIKE ‘XX%’</pre>

In this case XX is the two-character pattern.

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