I'm starting to use base, reading help I found:
returns field names with the field content "Ms."
Querying text fields
To query the content of a text field, you must put the expression
between single quotes. The distinction between uppercase and lowercase
letters depends on the database in use. LIKE, by definition, is
case-sensitive (though some databases don't see it that strict).
It seems that I can query this fields
with 'a' and obtain
but it doesn't works and it seems I have to use LIKE '*a*' to obtain
is this the correct behaviour or it is a bug??
if it is the correct behaviour in the help I think it should be
something like this "returns field names where the field IS "Ms.""
is the LIKE command the correct way to find a portion of text in the field??
what I have to use to have a non case-sensitive query??
manythanks, ciao, pier :-)
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