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Identify string or integer

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Hi Team,

am passing a parameter to a stored procedure, i want to know whether the parameter is string or integer


i want a print statement in stored procedure to print the parameter is string or int


Eg :
EXEC Stored_procedure1 ('abc')
output : string


EXEC Stored_procedure1 ('123')
output : integer

EXEC Stored_procedure1 ('abc112')
output : string
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I would suggest using ISNUMERIC, however it has several disadvantages that can lead one to a false conclusion.

I would suggest that you read the following article by Jeff Moden to determine to see if it is helpful.

http://www.sqlservercentral.com/articles/IsNumeric/71512/

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

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EXEC Stored_procedure1 ('abc')
EXEC Stored_procedure1 ('123')
EXEC Stored_procedure1 ('abc112')

Yes. The core of the logic is this:

CASE WHEN <string_value> LIKE '%[^0-9]%' THEN <string> ELSE <int> END

For example:

SELECT
data,
CASE WHEN data LIKE '%[^0-9]%' THEN 'string' ELSE 'int' END AS type
FROM (
SELECT 'abc' AS data UNION ALL
SELECT '123' UNION ALL
SELECT 'abc112'
) AS test_data



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Minnu (8/14/2013)
Hi Team,

am passing a parameter to a stored procedure, i want to know whether the parameter is string or integer


i want a print statement in stored procedure to print the parameter is string or int


Eg :
EXEC Stored_procedure1 ('abc')
output : string


EXEC Stored_procedure1 ('123')
output : integer

EXEC Stored_procedure1 ('abc112')
output : string


Will you ever have negative integers?

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Why do you need that at all?
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In SQL 2008 and 2005 a simple SQLCLR function that leverages the TryParse method of the Int32 object is the most complete way to check for whether a string value can be cast to a SQL INTEGER. Here is a SQLCLR for you:

using System;
using System.Data;
using System.Data.SqlClient;
using System.Data.SqlTypes;
using Microsoft.SqlServer.Server;

public partial class UserDefinedFunctions
{
    [Microsoft.SqlServer.Server.SqlFunction]
    
public static SqlBoolean IsInt32(SqlString Input)
    
{
        
if (Input.IsNull)
            
return SqlBoolean.False;
        
else
        
{
            Int32 i
;
            
return Int32.TryParse(Input.Value, out i);
        
}
    }
}



It is worth noting that in SQL 2012 the TRY_PARSE function was added to T-SQL language making this a trivial chore.

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