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LOCATE()


Description

The LOCATE( ) function returns the first occurrence of a substring.

This function has the form:

LOCATE(substring, string[, start_position])
Parameter Description
substring A substring
string A string
start_position The start position to begin searching within the string

Return Value

The first occurrence of a substring.

Examples

The following example shows the basic use of this function:

mysql> SELECT LOCATE('bar',
  'foobarbar');
    -> 4
mysql> SELECT LOCATE('xbar',
  'foobar');
    -> 0
mysql> SELECT LOCATE('bar',
  'foobarbar', 5);
    -> 7


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