3 Wrz 2008

Wykorzystanie LOCATE i REGEXP

SELECT LOCATE( ' ', address ) pos, address, 
SUBSTRING_INDEX(address, ' ', -1), address REGEXP '[:digit:]' 
FROM hotele

SELECT LOCATE( ' ', address ) pos, address, 
SUBSTRING_INDEX( address, ' ', -1 ) , address REGEXP '[[:digit:]]' 
FROM hotele

SELECT LOCATE( ' ', address ) pos, address, 
SUBSTRING_INDEX( address, ' ', -1 ) , address REGEXP '[[:digit:]]' 
FROM hotele 
WHERE SUBSTRING_INDEX( address, ' ', -1 ) REGEXP '[[:digit:]]'

update hotele set nr_domu = SUBSTRING_INDEX( address, ' ', -1 ) 
WHERE SUBSTRING_INDEX( address, ' ', -1 ) REGEXP '[[:digit:]]'

SELECT LOCATE( ' ', REVERSE(address) ) pos, address, 
trim(SUBSTRING( address, 1, LENGTH(address) -- LOCATE( ' ', REVERSE(address) ))) 
FROM hotele 
WHERE SUBSTRING_INDEX( address, ' ', -1 ) REGEXP '[[:digit:]]'

update hotele set ulica = trim(SUBSTRING( address, 1, LENGTH(address) -- LOCATE( ' ', REVERSE(address) ))) 
WHERE SUBSTRING_INDEX( address, ' ', -1 ) REGEXP '[[:digit:]]'