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I tried this REGEXP instead, and it worked,

SELECT REGEXP_REPLACE(mycolomn, '([0-9])+', 'X' , 1)

What you need is just to group a sequence of digits within parenthesis and
it will replace the whole group.


El lun, 8 ago 2022 a las 10:47, Dave (<dfx1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>) escribió:


Been trying for ages to get this right!
Starting with


SELECT REGEXP_REPLACE(mycolomn, '[0-9,]', 'X' , 1)


But I want X%TM+X%BRSS

Is it possible?

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