MySQL Regex or Split

Nicholas Leippe nick at byu.edu
Wed Apr 27 12:26:18 MDT 2005


On Wednesday 27 April 2005 11:02 am, Eric Jensen wrote:
> Trying to make some queries a little more efficient.  I want to group
> HTTP referers together but not with the full URL.  For example, just
> "www.google.com" instead of the full search string.  I can't find a way
> to do this in MySQL.  Is there a way to turn
> "http://search.msn.com/results.aspx?q=things+stuff&FORM=SSRE" into
> "search.msn.com" in a SELECT statement?  Otherwise I have to loop
> through them all and parse them myself and run more queries then necessary.

You can probably get by using substring(), locate(), and a little bit of 
logic.

If you need absolute speed, consider writing a udf--it's really not hard to 
do.


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Respectfully,

Nicholas Leippe
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