Character String Literal Evaluation Examples

This section provides tutorial examples on how character string literals are evaluated to values of different datatypes.

Character string literal evaluation example - CharStringLiterals.sql:

-- CharStringLiterals.sql
-- Copyright (c) 2015, HerongYang.com, All Rights Reserved.
--
SELECT 'Hello world!' AS LINE_1;
SELECT 'Loews L''Enfant Plaza' AS LINE_2;
SELECT '123'+ 0 AS LINE_3;
SELECT '0.123e-1' + 0 AS LINE_4;
SELECT 'ABC' + 1 AS LINE_5;

Output on MySQL server 5.7:

C:\herong>set "MySQL=\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.7"
C:\herong>"%MySQL%\bin\mysql" --user=root --password=TopSecret test 
   < CharStringLiterals.sql

LINE_1
Hello world!
LINE_2
Loews L'Enfant Plaza
LINE_3
123
LINE_4
0.0123
LINE_5
1

Note that:

Last update: 2015.

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 Introduction of SQL

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Datatypes and Data Literals

 Introduction of Datatype

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 Data Literal Evaluation

Character String Literal Evaluation Examples

 Hex String Literal Evaluation Examples

 Numeric Literal Evaluation Examples

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 Character Strings and Bit Strings

 Commonly Used Functions

 Table Column Types for Different Types of Values

 Using DDL to Create Tables and Indexes

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 Using SELECT to Query Database

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 Outdated Tutorials

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