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Databases Reporting with SQL Working with Text Replacing Strings

How to replace just one character "@" from every entry on the email column.

My code is attached and you can see the problem. Thank you again!

2 Answers

I cannot see any attached code, so I do not know what you've tried.

Using the SQL Replace() function in your SELECT is a good idea. Here's a hint: SELECT Replace( ) AS your_alias_here FROM customers

(Note that the above will not work unless you finish the replace call :) )

Thanks, Alexander! I'll try.