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MySQL CONCAT() Function

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Add several strings together:

SELECT CONCAT("SQL ", "Tutorial ", "is ", "fun!") AS ConcatenatedString;
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Definition and Usage

The CONCAT() function adds two or more expressions together.

Note: Also look at the CONCAT_WS() function.


CONCAT(expression1, expression2, expression3,...)

Parameter Values

Parameter Description
Required. The expressions to add together.

Note: If any of the expressions is a NULL value, it returns NULL

Technical Details

Works in: From MySQL 4.0

More Examples


Add three columns into one "Address" column:

SELECT CONCAT(Address, " ", PostalCode, " ", City) AS Address
FROM Customers;
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