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NULL & 'NULL'


NULL & 'NULL'

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Comments posted to this topic are about the item NULL & 'NULL'
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Thanks for the question.



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simple one, thanks :-)
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very simple..but good Q for beginers
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Good post to understand the difference between 'NULL' and Null....;-)
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Nice Question for Beginners ... :-)



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For once in a long while, an uncontroversial answer :-)
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vitesh.bhana (2/4/2010)
For once in a long while, an uncontroversial answer :-)


Really! My favorite part of QotD is the ensuing argument! "I ran the script on 2005 Express with CONCAT_NULL_YIELDS_NULL set to OFF and I got a different result!!!" That's when things get fun!

(No, I didn't.)

Ron Moses

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a haiku...

NULL is not zero
NULL is not an empty string
NULL is the unknown

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So I was like, of course they are null. you do not ahve to set it to null it is already null so of course the answer is A.
Then I slapped my forehead when I realized I missed the single quotes in the select @v1 = 'NULL' line.
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ronmoses (2/4/2010)

Really! My favorite part of QotD is the ensuing argument!
Ron Moses

Me, too. I often learn more from the ensuing discussions.

Julie
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