How do you pass ampersand in SQL query?
Use an ampersand (&) to identify each variable in your SQL statement. You do not need to define the value of each variable. Toggling the display of the text of a command before and after SQL*Plus replaces substitution variabfes with values.
How do you insert special characters in SQL?
- select * from table where myfield like ‘%15% off%’ ESCAPE ”
- set @myString = replace( replace( replace( replace(@myString,”,’\’), ‘%’,’%’), ‘_’,’_’), ‘[‘,'[‘)
- select * from table where myfield like ‘%’ + @myString + ‘%’ ESCAPE ”
How do I escape in SQL Developer?
You need to use the explicit escape ; in this way you can decide a character to use for escaping and then use it in your LIKE . For example, here I use the ‘!’ to escape special characters: select str from ( select ‘a_b’ str from dual union all select ‘ab’ from dual ) where str like ‘%!
How do you escape a character in SQL?
Backslash ( ) and the quote character used to quote the string must be escaped.
Table 9.1 Special Character Escape Sequences.
|Escape Sequence||Character Represented by Sequence|