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If everything seems to be going well, you have obviously overlooked something.

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Very very intesting question. Thanks Ron.


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Been a long time since I was this happy to get a QOTD right. It wasn't that hard, but I wasn't sure of the deductive reasoning I was using. Thanks for the challenge Ron.

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Another good QOD on a new feature of SQL 2012. Thanks, Ron.

BTW, I'm sure some of those who chose wrong answers will want to blame Microsoft for screwing up the BOL examples for TryParse(). Very strange to see that on what turns out to be an easy to understand function once you read the description.
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Very Good Question Ron!
Keep pouring more of those SS2012 stuff..

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Been a long time since I was this happy to get a QOTD right. It wasn't that hard, but I wasn't sure of the deductive reasoning I was using. Thanks for the challenge Ron.


+1 ... punching the air, almost like when I'd seen this weekends NFC East scores, I was. :-D

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Hi,

Select #2 Returns 2 rows ???

I don´t think so..

Error converting string value '2013DEC32 00:00:00' into data type datetime using culture ''.
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JoseACJr (12/17/2012)
Hi,

Select #2 Returns 2 rows ???

I don´t think so..

Error converting string value '2013DEC32 00:00:00' into data type datetime using culture ''.

I was also quite surprised to see this answer and would have expected the SELECT to be atomic (either all or nothing). I dont have a 2012 handy so if someone could test this please?

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Hi,

Select #2 Returns 2 rows ???

I don´t think so..

Error converting string value '2013DEC32 00:00:00' into data type datetime using culture ''.

I was also quite surprised to see this answer and would have expected the SELECT to be atomic (either all or nothing). I dont have a 2012 handy so if someone could test this please?



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Ron, can you please remove the confusion.
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Select #2 Returns 2 rows ???

I don´t think so..

Error converting string value '2013DEC32 00:00:00' into data type datetime using culture ''.


Yep - I thought that too but also do not have 2012 handy to test.

I am also looking for confirmation.
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