Text analysis with SQL Implementing LIKE with regex

221. Implementing LIKE with regex

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Let’s start learning regular expressions syntax by doing something we already know how – matching a string pattern in the beginning/middle or the end of the text value. Basically, we’re implementing the LIKE and ILIKE operators with regular expressions.

Once again, let’s put together a quick virtual table so we can practice regular expressions in a safe and predictable environment:

WITH marketing_campaigns AS ( SELECT '20180120-us_ca_au_gb-mf-best_reading_service' AS utm_campaign UNION SELECT '20180204-de-m-mens_health'...
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