SQL videos | SQL Programming Part 10 - Table-Valued Functions

Posted by Andrew Gould on 19 February 2013

Table-Valued Functions in SQL Server represent yet another method for working with a temporary set of data. This video teaches you how to create both Inline Table-Valued Functions and Multi-Statement Table-Valued Functions. You'll learn how to define functions, including how to add parameters to them, and how to work with Table Variables within a function's definition.

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