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Madhivanan's TSQL Blog

Happy holidays in TSQL style

Dec 29 2011 7:24AM by Madhivanan   

In the Query Analyser, set the Result mode to Text (Press CTRL+T) and run the following code

set nocount on 

select
        space(17-len(replicate(char(94),no)))+ replicate(char(94),no*2-1) 
from 
        (
                select top 10 row_number() over (order by name) as no from sysobjects 
        )
as t 
union all
select space(14)+replicate(char(124),5) 
union all
select space(10)+cast(0x486170707920486F6C6964617973 as varchar(100))

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  • nice idea !!!

    commented on Jan 4 2012 8:31AM
    Suvendu Shekhar Giri
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  • Gr8...

    commented on Jan 16 2012 4:04AM
    Sandeep Prajapati
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  • select space(6)+cast(0x486170707920566149656E74696E6592732044617921 as varchar(100))

    For Feb 14th.

    commented on Jan 26 2012 1:47PM
    Amy
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  • what is the use for cast

    cast(0x486170707920566149656E74696E6592732044617921 as varchar(100))

    commented on Feb 22 2012 1:01AM
    ramesh
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