|Subject||VarChars sometimes begin with single or double quote|
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I've not been able to find any topic that comes close to addressing my question, and it seems so basic, I'm guessing that I'm missing something fundamental.
I have queries that specify for ranges in varchar fields and return those and populate my VirtualStrings in a standard alphabetical grouping.
The database I work with has some strings / varchar fields _begin_ with a _single_ or a _double_ quote, for emphasis or for identifying a literary work, etc., for output in components where there is not an italic feature.
Using the standard "<=" or ">=" works fine for varchar fields that begin with numbers and letters, but skips over those which begin with ''' <single-quote> or '"' <double-quote>.
Is there some schema which I could have followed to find my way to the answer to this conundrum of mine?
Ideally, I would prefer to have the varchar fields which begin with a single-quote or a double-quote collated in the proper order according to the first letter, regardless of upper or lowercase, or presence or lack of single- or double-quote.