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My case is
Input is "abdknmgbm".
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The record in database that i want to query out is "abkdnmgmb"
The input and database record is quite similar.
String length is same, only some arrangement of character are not same.
In the above case, dk and kd ; bm and mb.
How i write query for this string searching?
Help and Thanks.

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Read this thread for some more information.

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Tq... But i am using asp.net with c#.

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In addition, i cannot use SOUNDEX. Because my record is not the english vocabulary.

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Are you using MSSQL too ?

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YES.

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Have a look at the full-text search capabilities of MS SQL Server.

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