% value %
This is a conditional expression using LIKE that allows to retrieve partially matched records.
I am currently writing the basic processing of the search function that retrieves data from MySQL using PHP.
It's going well until I get the search results, but the display is strange
For example, if you put t1 in the search form and there is a record called test1, you will get a record called test1
The reason is that somehow I noticed that the front and back matches (%) and the back matches (%), so the letters at the beginning and the end match.
I thought...what do you think?
Here's a part of the code.
$stmt=$pdo->prepare("select*from search where word LIKE:word"); $stmt->execute([(':word'=>"%$word%");
$word contains the values entered in $_POST
What I want to achieve is
Do not retrieve matching records just because you enter the first and last characters.
Match only the characters that follow
Yes, please help mephp mysql
% matches an empty string, so
%t1% matches test1.
345 Who developed the "avformat-59.dll" that comes with FFmpeg?
353 I want to create an array of sequences from "1" to a specified number.
361 Add dataframe values of the same structure without column names
351 I have saved several codes written in python to a visual studio file.
© 2023 OneMinuteCode. All rights reserved.