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Posted Saturday, December 7, 2013 1:40 PM


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Good question, took a bit of research to make sure I was correct, but got there in the end.

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nice question for basic knowledge related to windows functions Steve
Thanks for sharing
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Easy one, thanks!



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Good one, Steve :), Thank you for the post.

(forgive me for my poor English understanding capabilities... actually I had hard time in understanding the question itself; without taking BOL help or my existing knowledge on this matter, I picked wrong answers as I was not sure on what I was suppose to pick. I learnt new today, "English" wise.... )


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Nice one, thanks Steve

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Good question, took a bit of research to make sure I was correct, but got there in the end.

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Nice QOTD Steve.
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Maybe worthwhile to mention that this functionality was introduced in SQL Server 2012.
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Posted Monday, December 9, 2013 6:31 AM
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Thanks Steve

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