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Oracle PL / SQL » Char Functions » REPLACE 
translate vs replace
 
SQL>
SQL> select translate('beer bucket','beer','milk') as translate
  2  ,      replace  ('beer bucket','beer','milk') as replace_1
  3  ,      replace  ('beer bucket','beer')        as replace_2
  4  from   dual;

TRANSLATE   REPLACE_1   REPLACE
----------- ----------- -------
miik muckit milk bucket  bucket

SQL>

   
  
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1.Replace: returns a string in which every occurrence of the pattern_to_find has been replaced with pattern_to_replace_by
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3.Syntax: REPLACE (, [,])
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5.REPLACE('This is a test','t','XYZ')
6.REPLACE: Replace with string every time it occurs
7.If not found, then the replacing does not occur
8.select replace( 'Oracle is great!', 'great', 'awesome' )
9.REPLACE('OPS$SPORANO', 'OPS$')
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