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MySQL User Defined Variables
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When I have discovered MySQL User-defined variables at the first time, I didn’t pay much attention to them and didn’t realize their strength. At first, one can think that they are just one of the many unnoticed MySQL features. Well, I was wrong. Here, I will try to summarize their strength, though I think there is […]

Running a case sensitive query in on a case insensitive table
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A colleague at work asked me “how can I run a case sensitive select on a case insensitive table?” out of curiosity and for a moment I hesitated, then said, yeah why not :) ….

Below are two different approaches (one of which is quite inefficient) and if anyone has another way, better or worse, please do leave a comment with your suggested approach :).

Cheers,
Darren

Preparation


mysql [localhost] {root} (test) > create table t1(a varchar(20));
Query OK, 0 rows affected (0.02 sec)

mysql [localhost] {root} (test) > …




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