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Data Types and Advanced Data Types

  • Jay Natarajan
  • Rudi Bruchez
  • Scott Shaw
  • Michael Coles

Abstract

Transact-SQL is a strongly-typed language. Columns and variables must have a valid data type, and the type is a constraint of the column. In this chapter, we will not cover all data types comprehensively. We will skip the obvious part and concentrate on specific information and on more complex and sophisticated data types that were introduced in SQL Server over time.

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Data Type Time Data Type 
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© Jay Natarajan, Rudi Bruchez, Scott Shaw, and Michael Coles 2012

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  • Jay Natarajan
  • Rudi Bruchez
  • Scott Shaw
  • Michael Coles

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