MYSQL Trimming Data until it hits a special character

Is there a way to trim all the characters before it hits a special character. For example the table has data such as "\SERVER01\printer01". I do not want to display \SERVER01\ The output i want is printer01

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asked Nov 06 '09 at 08:00 PM in Default

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Please note that thisforum is specifically for Microsoft SQL Server, so the folk here may not have good knowledge of MySQL
Nov 07 '09 at 09:51 AM Kristen ♦
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select col,right(col,locate('',reverse(col))-1) from your_table
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answered Nov 09 '09 at 04:52 AM

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What did you change? Added code tag?
Nov 09 '09 at 10:34 AM Madhivanan
Yeah, I put
tags around your code as I thought the automatic colour coding (which you get if you use 4-space-indentation) looked a bit naff, hope you don't mind?. (In case you are not aware: if you click on the "Edited 22 hours ago" thingie by my name you'll normally see the change in the history list - it doesn't show the PRE tag though
Nov 10 '09 at 07:55 AM Kristen ♦
Thanks for the comment
Nov 10 '09 at 09:31 AM Madhivanan
Why does comment require minimum 15 characters?
Nov 10 '09 at 09:34 AM Madhivanan
Stop comments with just YES / NO perhaps?
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FROM Table1

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answered Nov 10 '09 at 07:33 AM

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I don't think PARSENAME is available MySQL ?
Nov 10 '09 at 07:57 AM Kristen ♦
Yes not supported in mysql
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