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Case Sensitive LIKE in MySQL?


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Hi All! :D


I've got the following simple example code I've created for  a db table "simple_search":


SELECT `sid`, `sbody`, `stitle`, `sdescription` FROM `simple_search` WHERE `stitle` LIKE '%the%' ORDER BY `stitle` LIMIT 10;


It currently returns records that have "the", "The", "THE", "thE" etc for the title.


How can I make a case-sensitive version of this that ONLY returns records that match "the"?


I'm using the collation 'utf8_unicode_ci" and the engine "InnoDB".

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