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

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Nice question thanks Ron, and good to know that IIF is going to be available in 2012 .. I used to use the syntax a lot in a previous language.
("Shhhh .. be vewwy quiet .. I'm huntin' #div0 errors")

Some careful reading also got me safely past the 'gotcha' of comparing varchar(4) to varchar(1)

but from the same careful reading, a small quibble ... command is I'I'F, and the posted question is titled "I'F'F - 1" w00t
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Good question ron.
You write down in question that "Meaning IIF is not a function in SQL SERVER 2012? ". I think it should be "Meaning IIF is not a user define function in SQL SERVER 2012?". This line confuses.
Anyway thanks for question.:-)

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Danny Ocean (6/5/2013)
Good question ron.
You write down in question that "Meaning IIF is not a function in SQL SERVER 2012? ". I think it should be "Meaning IIF is not a user define function in SQL SERVER 2012?". This line confuses.
Anyway thanks for question.:-)


Actually I was confused, if the question is about IFF or IIF. The question heading says "IFF" but the question is about "IIF" Hehe

Verdict: "IFF" is nothing but a typographic error in the Qotd; contrary it is a short-hand notation for "IF and Only IF" used in mathematics (I do remember this from my high school days).

Anyways, nice question Ron!

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Collation, collation, collation....
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palotaiarpad (6/6/2013)
Collation, collation, collation....

If not specified, the default collation always is CASE INSENSITIVE.
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Why does 'r ' = 'R' evaluate to true?

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sfayer (6/6/2013)
Why does 'r ' = 'R' evaluate to true?

Steve


Thats what i was going to say. Surely that depends on if the system is running with Case Sensitive or Case Insensitive?
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default collation is choosen at installation process - so imo it could be CS_AS.
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michlimes (6/6/2013)
default collation is choosen at installation process - so imo it could be CS_AS.

You can override the installation defaults when doing the installation. Then you don't have a default installation any more, you have a non-default one. So the word "default" is a bit ambiguous - the server default in your instance is not the installation default.

However, I think you are right to suggest that the collation should always be specified in a QotD when it is relevant.

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