T-SQL data types - int, float, decimal, varchar, etc.
Part four of a six-part series of blogs

Whether you're creating tables in SQL Server, using SQL variables or passing parameters to stored procedures, you'll need to understand what the possible data types that you can use are.

  1. Data Types in T-SQL for SQL Server
  2. Text Data Types in T-SQL
  3. Number Data Types in T-SQL
  4. Date and Time Data Types in SQL (this blog)
  5. Logical, Boolean, Yes/No or Bit Data Types in SQL
  6. Converting between Data Types

This blog is part of our SQL tutorial.  Don't forget that Wise Owl are mainly a provider of SQL (and other) training courses.

Posted by Andy Brown on 05 October 2012

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Date and Time Data Types in SQL

I have no intention of repeating my colleague Andrew's excellent and in-depth earlier blog on this - so here's a link to it!

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