How SQL Server stores data types: DATETIMEOFFSET

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If you’d like to check out the previous instalment in this series on storing dates and times, click here. I avoided mentioning this data type because I didn’t think a lot of people used it, and then my co-author William Assaf (blog | Twitter) told me on Twitter that he uses it, so here we
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