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BISQL # 30 :How Should I Find Information about Data Type


Hi Friends,

Some guys always ask me What should I do when I want Details about Data type Instantly

Its like finding Data about Data type

When we are doing rapid development having Very less time to Google the problem we can use following query

Its Very Simple Smile

Just Have to use SQL Help Feature

exec sp_help int

We will get the Details in following formats


Go n play out with each Data type

exec sp_help varbinary
exec sp_help Money
exec sp_help decimal
exec sp_help smallint
exec sp_help bigint
exec sp_help char
exec sp_help varchar
exec sp_help nvarchar
exec sp_help nchar
exec sp_help binary

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Hope this helps !!!

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· BISQL # 34 : What is Identity IN SQL {Identity Part–I}

· BISQL # 35 : Deep dive into Identity Functions in SQL {Identity Part–II}


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