Aries Manlig

Think Twice Before You Convert

Have you ever lost data when using CAST or CONVERT in T-SQL? There is an interesting behavior that probably has caused problems for quite a few people, and one you should be aware of. New author Aries J. Manlig brings us a look at this documented, but mostly unheard of behavior.

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2005-12-22

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