mysql concat function character string alias sql example - concatenating two or more strings to a single

mysql concat function character string alias sql example - concatenating two or more strings to a single

Before running this example please make a database hr which can be found: click here to garb the script

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   <?php
    /*
     --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     so we have a table named EMPLOYEES in the HR database and we would like to get the value of
     FirstName AND LastName concatenated to a single value using literal character strings 
     and also rename the heading by using sql alias
     --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    */
    $sql = "
     SELECT concat('Mr./Mrs.', FirstName, ' ', LastName, ' is a employee') AS AboutEmployee 
     FROM employees
    ";
    /*
     ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     CONCAT() function returns NULL if any of the given argument(s) is NULL.
     
     NOTE(my experience) ABOUT NULL:
     
     1. NULL IS A VALUE THAT IS UNAVAILABLE
     2. NULL IS A VALUE THAT IS UNASSIGNED
     3. NULL IS A VALUE THAT IS UNKNOWN
     4. NULL IS A VALUE THAT IS INAPPLICABLE
     5. NULL IS A VALUE THAT IS NOT EVEN EQUAL TO NULL
     6. NULL IS A VALUE THAT IS NOT EQUAL TO ZERO : ZERO IS A NUMBER
     7. NULL IS A VALUE THAT IS NOT EQUAL TO BLANK SPACE OR EMPTY STRING : SPACE IS A CHARACTER
     AND 8. COLUMNS OF ANY DATATYPE CAN CONTAIN NULL VALUE
     ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    */
    /*
     -------------------------------------------------------
     USING PHP YOU CAN DO THIS. 
     GET CONNECTION TO DATABASE BY USING : mysql_connect()
     SELECT DATABASE BY USING : mysql_select_db()
     THEN RUN THE QUERY
     -------------------------------------------------------
    */
    

    mysql_connect('localhost', 'root', 'root');
    mysql_select_db('hr');
    mysql_query($sql);
    
    /*
     ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     TO RUN THE PHP CODE PROVIDE REAL DATA TO mysql_connect AND mysql_select_db()
     ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    */
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