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Get the full name

By Steve Jones 2017/01/25 | Category: t-sql
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COALESCE

By B. Godick 2016/01/29 | Category: coalesce
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Not so obvious COALESCE behaviour

By Phil Parsons 2015/06/17 | Category: t-sql
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COALESCE in Left Join

By Naveen PK 2015/04/29 | Category: t-sql
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ISNULL vs COALESCE

By below86 2015/04/17 | Category: t-sql
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COUNT, COALESCE, ISNULL, DISTINCT

By Steve Jacobs 2013/11/07 | Category: t-sql
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COALESCE

By sqlnaive 2013/09/20 | Category: coalesce
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How are COALESCE and ISNULL different?

At first glance these two functions seem very similar, and superficially they are. For example COALESCE(fieldname1, fieldname2) and ISNULL(fieldname1, fieldname2)...  Read more...
By Kenneth Fisher 2013/08/16 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: blogs
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COALESCE

By Chirag Patel 2013/06/03 | Category: coalesce
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Using FULL JOINs to Compare Datasets

This article describes a technique of using FULL JOINs to compare two datasets within a numerical tolerance.  Read more...
By Mark Murphy 2013/04/23 (first published: 2010/09/27) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: full join
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COALESCE - 2

By SKR V 2012/11/09 | Category: coalesce
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COALESCE

By SKR V 2012/10/17 | Category: coalesce
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Using FULL JOINs to Compare Datasets

This article describes a technique of using FULL JOINs to compare two datasets within a numerical tolerance.  Read more...
By Mark Murphy 2013/04/23 (first published: 2010/09/27) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: full join
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Using Coalesce in a stored Procedure

A quick way to take a column of data and place it into a variable in a Stored Procedure in a comma, separated format.  Read more...
By Richard Spalding 2009/06/26 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: stored procedures
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