Text analysis with SQL String functions. Part 1

233. String functions. Part 1

Working with text is not always about regular expressions. Although regular expressions look extremely powerful, it’s way easier to make a mistake composing an incorrect search pattern. That’s why it’s super important to be fluent with all non-regex string functions.

In the next couple of lessons we’ll go over all useful string functions (there’re a bunch more but I haven’t used them in the past 10 years, so I bet you won’t need them either).

SPLIT_PART(text_input, delimiter, part_to_select)

I’d say the SPLIT_PART() function is the one I use...

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