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    Using Built-in system functions – LEN() and DATALENGTH()

    While LEN() is used to return the number of characters in a String, DATALENGTH() can be used to return the number of bytes used by any expression. LEN() and DATALENGTH() functions are useful for variable length data types. To demonstrate these functions let us create a table with different data ty......

    Vishal Gajjar  Posted on May 30 2011 8:00AM
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    Using Built-in system function – IDENTITY()

    IDENTITY() function can be used to create a new Identity column for a table, You can only use this function in a SELECT statement with INTO clause. Syntax: IDENTITY ( data type, seed, increment ) AS Column Name for example, I have the following table with two columns – Department Name and ......

    Vishal Gajjar  Posted on May 27 2011 8:13AM
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    Using Built-in System Function – HOST_NAME()

    You can use the HOST_NAME() function to get the client workstation name from which the query is executed. You can use it as: -- © 2011 – Vishal (http://SqlAndMe.com) SELECT @@SERVERNAME, HOST_NAME() Result Set: ——————- ———&md......

    Vishal Gajjar  Posted on May 26 2011 8:22AM
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    Using Built-in System Function – $PARTITION

    you can use @PARTITION TSQL function to check which partition will be mapped to a specified column value. For example if you have a partition function with four partitions as below: -- © 2011 – Vishal (http://SqlAndMe.com) CREATE PARTITION FUNCTION PartFunc01 (INT) AS RANGE FOR VAL......

    Vishal Gajjar  Posted on May 23 2011 7:10AM
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    How to get difference between two dates – TSQL

    To calculate the difference between two dates, you can use DATEDIFF() function. The DATEDIFF() function returns the number of days/month/years and time between two dates. Syntax: DATEDIFF (date part, start date, end date) For example, to calculate time left till Independence Day, you can use: --......

    Vishal Gajjar  Posted on May 22 2011 7:12AM
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    How to add/subtract days from a date – TSQL

    To add or subtract days from a date, you can simply use: -- © 2011 – Vishal (http://SqlAndMe.com) SELECT GETDATE() AS 'Today', GETDATE() + 10 AS '10 Days Later', GETDATE() - 10 AS '10 Days Earlier' Result Set: Today 10 Days Later ......

    Vishal Gajjar  Posted on May 20 2011 7:16AM
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