GROUP_CONCAT multiple fields with a different separator


Is it possible to do something like:

GROUP_CONCAT(user, price SEPARATOR ', ') AS items

The result is John3.99, Mike24.99

What I need is something like:

John - 3.99, Mike - 24.99

Basically use another type of separator for price field.


GROUP_CONCAT(CONCAT(user, ' - ', price) SEPARATOR ', ') AS items

Or just

GROUP_CONCAT(user, ' - ', price SEPARATOR ', ') AS items


Try this way



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