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Snippet Name: Binary RegExp select example

Description: If you really want to force a REGEXP comparison to be case sensitive, use the BINARY keyword to make one of the strings a binary string.

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Language: MYSQL
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Last Modified: March 01st, 2009

SELECT * FROM texts 
WHERE content REGEXP BINARY '[^a-zA-Z]Hello[^a-zA-Z]' ;

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