MySQL EXPORT_SET function is one of the string Functions, which returns a string using the separator, on and Off arguments, bit value, and the number of bits.
Let me show you how to write MySQL String EXPORT_SET Function query to return a string using bit values and number of bits with an example.
The basic syntax of EXPORT_SET of a string in MySQL is as shown below:
EXPORT_SET(bits, On_Str, Off_Str, Separator, Number of Bits)
- Bits: It converts the given value to binary value or Bits.
- On_Str and Off_Str: If the first argument bit value is 1, then this is returned. Otherwise, Off_String value returned.
- Number of Bits: Total number of bits to compare.
MySQL EXPORT_SET Example
The MySQL EXPORT_SET function returns a string using the bit values, On and Off string with separators. The following query shows multiple ways to use this EXPORT_SET function.
Here, we take the first statement for the analysis purpose. bits = 5 = 0101. As we said earlier, it starts from right to left. So, the first bit is 1, and it returns On_String A. The next one is 0, so it returns Off_String B. Do the same for the remaining two.
SELECT EXPORT_SET(5, 'A', 'B', ',', 4);
SELECT EXPORT_SET(5, 'A', 'B', ',', 3);
SELECT EXPORT_SET(4, '1', '0', ',', 8);
In this MySQL Export_Set example, we are using large numbers as a bit argument value. Here, we also used the $ as the separator.
SELECT EXPORT_SET(39, '1', '0', ',', 5);
SELECT EXPORT_SET(245, '1', '0', '$', 16);
SELECT EXPORT_SET(24500, '1', '0', ',', 32);