Jason Selburg (10/3/2012)
That's pretty odd Jeff. One would think that "gem of sql code" would be at the top of the list.
Gosh, thanks, Jason.
My real point was that they haven't done a "best of" since "way back then" and that a lot of excellent articles will be missed if you search just for "Best of SQLServerCentral".
I also agree that, like anything else, if you don't know about something, how would you know how to ask? The Tally Table article is like that... if you never heard of one before, you'd have to get lucky with a search on "CSV splitter" or some such.
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