I got an email from one of my blog readers asking for an easy way to identify if a given string contains only alphabets. There can be several methods to do this. One simple method is to make use of a regular expression. Let us see how we can retrieve rows with the all alphabets from Alphanumeric Data.
Recently I have been engaged with a customer where they were having a performance issue. They have engaged me via my offering Comprehensive Database Performance Health Check. While doing that, they asked me to write a better way to write a query. While I have given some suggestions and asked them to check, this looks like a nice puzzle to ask. So here we go to see the puzzle – Get the First Name From Full Name Without CHARINDEX.
TRIM Function has haunted SQL DBA for ages. If you have been using SQL Server for a while, you will totally agree with me over here. In this blog post we will see how the new feature TRIM of SQL Server 2017 works in few simple words.
A very strange question I received the other day in an email about how to convert decimal to time format string.
I have already made a post on SQL SERVER – UDF – Remove Duplicate Chars From String where I showed you a method of removing duplicate characters form alphanumeric string. The UDF uses WHILE LOOP to extract the numbers.
Question: How to Insert Line Break in SQL Server String?