Some times you need to parse over punch values at the while running a query.
Here is an utility function to help with that task.
In the world of SQL Server, adaptation is key. While the built-in GENERATE_SERIES() function was a valuable addition in SQL Server 2022, its absence in older versions created a functionality gap. Enter the user-written GENERATE_SERIES function. Adapted from Jeff Moden's "dbo.fnTally", it offers an efficient means to generate a series of numbers within a defined range in older SQL Server versions. Its design mirrors the built-in function in SQL Server 2022, making the transition between versions as simple as removing the dbo. prefix. This forward-thinking design reflects the ingenuity of the SQL Server community, ensuring a seamless, efficient database migration experience.
If you need to extract a substring or create a longer string by combining multiple strings, there are a few methods you can use. To extract a specific portion of a string, you can utilize a substring-extraction function.
This Python 3 script is designed to take CSV file data pasted into the csv_data variable and generate SQL insert statements that can be used to insert the data into a MySQL database. The script is easy to use and can save you a lot of time when working with large amounts of data.