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Raamamohan
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Yes I do agree. But Answer is "NO". Why they have given "Yes" and explanation 'No'. Its totally contradiction.
Bill Mell
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The answer is No, as the explanation describes, yet if you answer no it is incorrect?
How can this be?
Is there some secret I am missing here?
rgillings
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Seems to have been an oversight. Answer is clearly No...
Kevin Brown-392626
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The question is sort-of tricky. the real answer is "Indirectly" there are tricks to use rand() when you normally shouldn't be able to...
Ronald H
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No! Yes! .... Maybe? should be a third option then... As what a former poster said, it sounds like SQL Server has a female intuition inside Smile

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Richard M.
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I love it when the explanation contradicts the shown correct answer.......

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dgabele
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I agree. I think the correct answer is No...



Noel McKinney
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It appears the correct answer is determined using the RAND() function.
Mauve
Mauve
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Noel McKinney (4/13/2009)
It appears the correct answer is determined using the RAND() function.
Best explanation yet for the correct, er, incorrect answer!:-D


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ghollis
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I am assuming that this will be corrected in a while, with No being set to the correct answer?
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