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11g Release 1 (11.1)

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LIKECASE

The LIKECASE option controls whether the LIKE operator is case sensitive.

Tip:

The LIKENL option controls whether the LIKE operator recognizes newline characters.

Data Type

BOOLEAN

Syntax

LIKECASE = {YES|NO}

Arguments

YES

(Default) Specifies that the LIKE operator is case sensitive.

NO

Specifies that the LIKE operator is not case sensitive.

Examples

Example 6-39 The Effect of LIKECASE

The following statements show the use of the LIKECASE option.

LIKECASE = YES
SHOW 'oracle' LIKE 'Oracle%'

The output of this SHOW statement is

NO

The SHOW statement

SHOW 'ORACLE' LIKE '%orc%'

produces the following output.

NO

The statements

LIKECASE = NO
SHOW 'ORACLE' like 'orc%'

produce the following output.

YES