like biedt beperke mogelijkheden voor patroonherkenning in select queries. Bv.:
SELECT * FROM pet WHERE name LIKE 'b%';
See case 2022.08 below + https://stackoverflow.com/questions/7343658/like-in-mysql-with-special-character → Learn to love backslashes, it seems.
Case: Problem with non-ASCII characters? (2022.08)
This doesn't seem to work:
select * from wp_term_taxonomy where description like "%é%";
- 'é' seems to be a double-byte character. I forgot now what it was
- When I update a field through MySQL Workbench, it formed tan SQL statement containing 'é', rather than escaping it somehow
Quick-and-dirty hack: Replace "é" with "e" before doing more advanced stuff that involves LIKE.