Search and replace table field contents

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The query below will replace all occurences of “Bob Loblaw Law Blog” found in the field “BlogName” field of the Blogs table. All instances of the string are being replaced, and the search is case sensitive. The function is also multi-byte safe.

1. UPDATE Blogs SET BlogName = REPLACE(Blogs,'Bob Loblaw Law Blog','BLLB');
Nathan Pakovskie is an esteemed senior developer and educator in the tech community, best known for his contributions to With a passion for coding and a knack for simplifying complex tech concepts, Nathan has authored several popular tutorials on C# programming, ranging from basic operations to advanced coding techniques. His articles, often characterized by clarity and precision, serve as invaluable resources for both novice and experienced programmers. Beyond his technical expertise, Nathan is an advocate for continuous learning and enjoys exploring emerging technologies in AI and software development. When he’s not coding or writing, Nathan engages in mentoring upcoming developers, emphasizing the importance of both technical skills and creative problem-solving in the ever-evolving world of technology. Specialties: C# Programming, Technical Writing, Software Development, AI Technologies, Educational Outreach

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