Column Conditions


column.any_

The PostgreSQL ANY operator compares a value in a column to a set of values returned by a subquery

column.between

Returns true if the current column is between the lower bound and upper bound, inclusive

column.contains

The contains() method checks whether a string contains a sequence of characters. Returns true if the characters exist and false if not

column.endswith

The endsWith() method determines whether a string ends with the characters of a specified string, returning true or false as appropriate

column.ilike

Allows matching of strings based on comparison with a pattern

column.in_

Checks if column conditions are met

column.is_

Checks if column conditions are met

column.isnot

Checks if column conditions are met

column.like

The PostgreSQL LIKE operator is used to match text values against a pattern using wildcards

column.notilike

This function is used to data using pattern matching techniques that explicitly excludes the mentioned pattern from the query result set

column.notin_

Checks if column conditions are met

column.notlike

Checks if column conditions are met

column.startswith

The system function 'starts_with()' is used to determine whether the provided string starts with the specified prefix

Last modified April 06, 2022 at 10:08 AM EST: Initial Documentation Commit (371ae8f)