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SQL / MySQL » String » Binary 
1.Using Binary with REGEXP
2.Force name values to be case sensitive using BINARY
3.Using BINARY has the effect of causing [:lower:] and [:upper:] in regular expressions to act as you would expe
4.A pattern match against a binary column is case sensitive.
5.Convert the output column to binary and sort that
6.To make tstr case sensitive, use BINARY:
7.Get the binary representation of the values 6 and 10.
8.Get the decimal values that belong to the binary representations 1001 and 111.
9.Binary Character String Comparison
10.Controlling Case Sensitivity of String Sorts
11.Mix binary and nonbinary string columns within a single table.
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