Hi, I am trying to match a regular expression with another regular expression that is stored inside a row in a table in mysql.
a. good +morning girl -afternoon b. good +morning -girl <-- this stores inside the DB.
Don't need to say, they won't match because of word "girl". This is exactly what I want.
How do I write a query this do this? I was think of usine REGEXP, but it's hard still because I am matching a target which is a regular expression not a string. Things can get much more complicate when I combine a bunch of "and" and "or" and "not" statements.