How can I use this string replace in MySQL
I'm using Wordpress and have a load of custom fields where I need to do a string replace on. Basically I have a price field which is in the example format:
I need to remove the word 'from', the space after it and the dot between the number. All the fields are in this format, how can I use a MySQL replace function to do this?
REPLACE() doesn't support regular expression matching, so you'll have to do it in a more clumsy way:
SET price_field = REPLACE(REPLACE(price_field, 'from ', ''), '.', '');
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