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I was expecting at least a 10 point Turkey question on Thanksgiving. BigGrin

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Is there any option (work around) by which we can edit the table variables ?
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Steve only does 10-pointers for Pagan festivals, Like Halloween and Yuletide BigGrin
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Narasimha Pradeep (11/27/2008)
Is there any option (work around) by which we can edit the table variables ?


You could SELECT the contents to another local table variable, and modify that. But you cant make a table variable an OUTPUT parameter - there's no point really as they're READONLY
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Tom Brown (11/27/2008)

Steve only does 10-pointers for Pagan festivals, Like Halloween and Yuletide BigGrin


... And Thanksgiving is a Political holiday? BigGrin

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Ermm .. you caught me out there - as a Brit I have no idea what Thanksgiving is - did it ever have a Christian church trying to ban it or rename it or take it over - if so then it probably was pagan originally. Hehe
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I also thought atleast a 5 pointer is comming to have a great thanksgiving holiday.. Wink



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Tom Brown (11/27/2008)

Ermm .. you caught me out there - as a Brit I have no idea what Thanksgiving is - did it ever have a Christian church trying to ban it or rename it or take it over - if so then it probably was pagan originally. Hehe



Think Pilgrims - Mayflower - looking for a place to practice their religion (but not allowing others to practice theirs!) - and giving thanks to God for getting through the first brutal winter in a foreign land (only 5 adult women survived the first winter).
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Sorry, was in a scheduling mode and missed this was a holiday. I know, I know, I should pay more attention. Between PASS and Thanksgiving (plus vacation) wasn't keeping track of dates.

We'll add in a good one for Xmas, maybe even one for Christmas Eve and New Year's.

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