Printing Lengths

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  • Hi,

    All my drear readers hope you will be able to learn a trick about varchar and char datatypes in SQL.

    Thanks for viewing it.....

    [font="Comic Sans MS"]Rahul:-P[/font]

  • Rahul The Dba (12/12/2010)


    Hi,

    All my drear readers hope you will be able to learn a trick about varchar and char datatypes in SQL.

    Thanks for viewing it.....

    I did and thanks for posting ... was/is a good question

    If everything seems to be going well, you have obviously overlooked something.

    Ron

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  • Good question. Not sure how I managed to get it wrong, because it's prety straightforward.

    Tom

  • Thanks..

    [font="Comic Sans MS"]Rahul:-P[/font]

  • Thanks for a good question - I hadn't realised there would be a scope problem in this instance so I learnt something new today 🙂

  • Thanks a lot for your good question!

    😉 and i did it right! :w00t:

  • Nice question, although I believe I've seen similar around here (but hey, it can't hurt to refresh things from time to time).

    Some reference links would have been nice for those who would've wanted to read up on the subject.

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  • Inconsistent behavior of SQL Server on the default length. I learned something today. Thanks.

  • Good question. Taught me something I need to learn.

    Thanks,

    webrunner

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  • thanks

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  • thanks

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  • that's great

    ur welcome

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  • thanks

    n i promise i will keep ur words in mind, nxt time i post some questions..

    [font="Comic Sans MS"]Rahul:-P[/font]

  • Once again we learn that you should never rely on default datatype precision, but specify it yourself!

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