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  • RE: Find the brackets

    This would also work and keep the code simple...

    SELECT *

    FROM dbo.MyData

    WHERE Left(mychar,1)='[';

  • RE: Duplicates

    Great question. My answer was incorrect, but I learned something that will come in handy in the future.

  • RE: Cheap Fun

    Watch the Young Frankenstein DVD again (it never stops being funny) while enjoying some microwave popcorn.

  • RE: What Do We Need in SQL Server?

    An option to have the AdventureWorks database included with the SQL Server installation would be helpful. Right now adding it afterwards is a bit cumbersome - at least for...

  • RE: What's a Toaster?

    My toaster is the Find and Replace tool for Access by Rick Fisher ( We often use Access as the front end to our SQL Server databases...

  • RE: Balancing the Message

    We have definitely benefited from third-party products and I am always interested in learning about something new. If this information was available in some sort of controlled fashion on...

  • RE: one character of data

    I guess this depends on what “best” means and what kind of data you need to store. It took me a while to decide, but in the end I...

  • RE: T SQL

    Yup, I also ran it in SQL and got:

    row1 - Vyas Mohan

    row2 - Mohan Shobha

    row3 - Shridhar Mohan

    row4 - Sourabh Mohan

    So I just tried to pick...

  • RE: Top Ten Reasons to Attend the 2009 PASS Community Summit

    Which code should be used? There are two listed "SSC3D" and "SSC6"

  • RE: Data Vices

    Just the mentioning of Diet Dr. Pepper caused me to go get one. I am weak for its fizzy goodness.

  • RE: Automating Excel from SQL Server

    Thank you. Very helpful and clearly written. I provide various reports to a good number of engineers here and they love Excel. I'll definitely be able to...

  • RE: Performance Monitoring by Internal Fragmentation Measurement

    Does this tool work on Windows Server 2000 and 2003?  The site says that the product "works on Windows XP and NT only".

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