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mysql> select state,d09,d07 from service where d07 like '%10.100.1.1%' +; +-------+--------------------------+--------------+ | state | d09 | d07 | +-------+--------------------------+--------------+ | 0 | cr1.pullpnt 25512 | 10.100.1.158 | | 0 | Link PP2Prn 25506 | 10.100.1.157 | | 0 | Link PP2Sol 25505 | 10.100.1.130 | | 0 | CV2SOL 26754 | 10.100.1.138 | | 0 | Link Sol2CV 26775 | 10.100.1.139 | | 0 | Link Sol2PP 27014 | 10.100.1.131 | | 0 | Link Princess2Pull 27016 | 10.100.1.154 | | 0 | br1.glbx 28281 | 10.100.1.1 | +-------+--------------------------+--------------+ 8 rows in set (0.02 sec)
but I tried - thanks suggestion -
mysql> select state,d09,d07 from service where d07 like '%10.100.1.1'; +-------+----------------+------------+ | state | d09 | d07 | +-------+----------------+------------+ | 0 | br1.glbx 28281 | 10.100.1.1 | +-------+----------------+------------+ 1 row in set (0.02 sec)
yes, I know perl site - a lot of wise monks - and regexp experts - tried mysql sites no help now you regexp experts, why the unexpected regexp behavior? is there something to learn here other than when to use regexp v. like?

In reply to Re^2: (OT) mysql regexp unwanted matches for specific IP by kp2a
in thread (OT) mysql regexp unwanted matches for specific IP by kp2a

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