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Chris Umbaugh
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I got around to this question late today so I missed all of the excitement. I never knew that 'GO' accepted a count. Never read about 'GO'...HA! Thanks for the lesson.

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Re: the squiggly red underline after the GO command

Good to know they've got it fixed in the updates, minor things but still a good fix :-D


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It's a nice question now that it says "count(*)". It wasn't really all that bad before, just a bit disconcerting.

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What a load of whingers Wow

How come you did not whinge about no mention of using SSMS and at least 2005 to even get close to one of the answers :-P


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great question. I never realised Go accepted an option... now I just need to find a use for it ;-)
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