GETRANGE key start end
This command fetches a substring of the string value that is associated with the given key between the two given offsets start and end. If an offset value is positive, it is counted from the beginning of the string. If an offset is negative, it is counted from the end. If an offset is out of range, it is limited to either the beginning or the end of the string.

  • If `key` does not exist, (null) is returned.
  • If `key` is associated with a non-string value, an error is raised.
  • Return value

    Returns a string value.


    $ SET yugakey "Yugabyte"
    $ GETRANGE yugakey 0 3
    $ GETRANGE yugakey -4 -1

    See also

    append, get, getset, incr, incrby, set, setrange, strlen