Coding Standards

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Enhance your database development by using coding standards

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Establishing coding standards can help remove blockers to understanding code, improving quality and reducing maintenance. Faris Hilmi explains how having consistently formatted code plays a larger role in database development and how Redgate tools can best equip you for the task.

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2019-05-21

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Transact-SQL Formatting Standards

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How should SQL code be formatted? What sort of indentation should you use? Should keywords be in upper case? How should lists be lined up? SQL is one of those languages that will execute however you treat whitespace and capitalization. However, the way SQL is laid out will effect its readability and the time taken to review and understand it. Standardisation of code layout is an important issue, but what standard should you adopt? Rob avoids a direct answer, but tells you the sort of answers you'll need to decide upon when creating a strategy for formatting SQL code.

2009-09-09

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