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Split string in oracle sql query


select regexp_substr('MyString,otherString,lastOneStr','[^,]+', 1, 2) from dual; 
-- Returns 'otherString' String
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  1. August 16, 2016 at 01:01

    I think it’s just amazing that a whole planet of Supermen couldn’t save their own planet, yet going to any other planet, they suddenly could destroy them. I’ve read about that yellow sun theory, but that’s only part of it, isn’t it, because basically they’re just stronger because of greater gravity of their homeplanet, and I think it was about as strong as a “freight-train”. Even if the yellow sun made them a hundred times stronger or, let’s be stupidly generous, a hundred thousand times, they would be nowhere near to destroy or displace a planet, or have some effect on space-time. The fact remains, a whole planet of Supermen failing to save their own planet, makes this all incredibly strange. This is not the only thing of course, but since it is the beginning of it all, it would be the main point of any discussion, it seems.

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