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The SQL standard defines the concatenation operator to be an infix operator, similar to the ones we've seen in the chapter about arithmetic expressions. This operator looks like this:
||. Some other dialects do not support this operator, but expect a
concat() function, instead. jOOQ renders the right operator / function, depending on your SQL dialect:
SELECT 'A' || 'B' || 'C' FROM DUAL -- Or in MySQL: SELECT concat('A', 'B', 'C') FROM DUAL
// For all RDBMS, including MySQL: create.select(concat("A", "B", "C")).fetch();
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