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Nov 16, 2007

You know how you can go:

Code Block
where control_id in (11111,22222,33333,44444)


Code Block
where TextName in ('11111','22222','33333','44444')

and you can do this:

Code Block
where TextName like '11%' or TextName like '22%'

well how do you do this? Or can you... or can we right a function to do it... or are we just hosed writing like after like.

where TextName like in ('11%','22%',... and so on)? is anything like that possible?

or better yet
where TextName like in ( select substring(columnName, 1, 2) + '%' from whatever )

can you imagine the dynamics if that syntax actually worked?

Can a function be written to mimic this functionality? so I can do something like this:
where TextName = function('11%,22%,33%')

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