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Posted Monday, March 5, 2012 12:36 AM


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Interesting question, thanks.



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For any numeric operation to be successful, atleast one of the operand must be a number data type.
e.g. select '6'+'4'*'8'/'2' will fail where as
select '6'+4*'8'/'2' will succeed.

Thus it is obvious that the execution expression 2 fails.
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