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Question of the month January 2012 - Datatype of NULL

Jan 11 2012 1:25AM by Madhivanan   

Without running the following code , can you guess the datatype of the column t?

select null+getdate()+772.67 as t into #t5

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  • It will create datetime datatype for column t.

    commented on Jan 13 2012 4:53AM
    sk2000
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  • That's quite a misleading title !

    • The 'implicit' data-type of NULL is integer.
    • The 'implicit' data-type of the sum of an integer and a datetime and a decimal is a datetime.

    The reason for the latter can be found in the documentation of

    commented on Jan 14 2012 8:05AM
    Roby Van Hoye
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