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T-SQL GO statement

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Nice command. Thanks

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Ha! I never knew one could do that with GO.
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Good point, thanks

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I like the point the question tried to make, namely using the GO statement as an instrument to loop, but I do not like the trickery with the # name. At first, I did not even notice the GO 100 statement, as I was focusing on the table name. So I'm confused what this question actually tried to do: teach us about GO n (mission accomplished), or about the various options for table names or was it just to trick people into choosing the wrong answer?


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Nice information, thanks..
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I like the point the question tried to make, namely using the GO statement as an instrument to loop, but I do not like the trickery with the # name. At first, I did not even notice the GO 100 statement, as I was focusing on the table name. So I'm confused what this question actually tried to do: teach us about GO n (mission accomplished), or about the various options for table names or was it just to trick people into choosing the wrong answer?



Yeah, I fell down on this one as well... however, when I did actually try to run the code it didn't seem to like the "100"... I got...

(1 row(s) affected)

Server: Msg 170, Level 15, State 1, Line 3
Line 3: Incorrect syntax near '100'.


The code is identical... I'm running this on a SQL Server 2000 box, but I don't think that matters...

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Try

INSERT INTO #
SELECT 'ASDF'
GO 0


GO <ZERO> --- SQL doesn't throw any complilation error but when you execute the code, status bar should display: "Query completed with errors".

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Good question, thanks for taking the time to help educate the SQL community.

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