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    SUBSTRING

    Returns the portion of the string from the specified base expression starting at the specified chracters.

    Syntax

    SUBSTRING(string_expression varchar, offset int64) → varchar

    • string_expression: Base expression to extract substring from.
    • offset: The offset from which the substring starts.

    Examples

    SELECT SUBSTRING('dremio user 1 2 3', 12)
    -- 1 2 3
    

    SUBSTRING(string_expression varchar, offset int64, length int64) → varchar

    • string_expression: Base expression to extract substring from.
    • offset: The offset from which the substring starts.
    • length: The length limit of the substring.

    Examples

    SELECT SUBSTRING('base expression', 6, 4)
    -- expr
    

    SUBSTRING(string_expression varchar, pattern varchar) → varchar

    • string_expression: Base expression to extract substring from.
    • pattern: The offset from which the substring starts.

    Examples

    SELECT SUBSTRING('dremio user 123', '[0-9]+')
    -- 123