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convert MySQL data to sentence case


I think you can use mysql replace method like this :

 UPDATE table_name SET field_name =
replace( field_name, 'string_to_find',
LOWER('string_to_replace') ) ;

I'm not sure if this works properly , but I'm sure that's must be it , so play with the code , I dont have mysql to check :d


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