PostgreSQL REVERSE() function

REVERSE() function

The PostgreSQL reverse() function is used to arrange a string in reverse order.

Uses of REVERSE() Function
  • String Manipulation: Reverse the order of characters in a string.

  • Text Processing: Useful for palindromes or when analyzing text patterns.

  • Data Transformation: Transform strings for specific formatting or data presentation needs.

  • Algorithm Implementation: Implement algorithms that require reversed string logic.



PostgreSQL Version: 9.3

Pictorial Presentation of PostgreSQL REVERSE() function

Pictorial presentation of postgresql reverse function

Example: PostgreSQL reverse() function:

In the example below, the string 'w3resource' have arranged in reverse order.


SELECT reverse('w3resource');

Sample Output:

(1 row)

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