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Print Text Month Calendar

By Bernabe Diaz,

Test it as follows:

print [dbo].[myCalendar] (getdate())+ CHAR(13)

print [dbo].[myCalendar] (dateadd(month,+1,getdate()))+ CHAR(13)

print [dbo].[myCalendar] (dateadd(month,+2,getdate()))+ CHAR(13)

print [dbo].[myCalendar] (dateadd(month,+3,getdate()))+ CHAR(13)

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