REPLACE('This is a test','t','XYZ') : REPLACE « Char Functions « Oracle PL / SQL

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Oracle PL / SQL » Char Functions » REPLACE 




REPLACE('This is a test','t','XYZ')
 

SQL> -- Regext_Replace
SQL> -- An example of the REPLACE function
SQL>
SQL> SELECT REPLACE('This is a test','t','XYZ') FROM dual;

REPLACE('THISISATE
------------------
This is a XYZesXYZ
           
         
  














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