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Added by Phani459 on 29 May 2019 at 02:34

Can you please explain the elaborate on the line of coce  below which is referred to in the above code snippet. This is the first time I'm seeing this operator.

WHILE @year <=>

Incase there is already a tutorial on this, can you please point me to the related article. Thanks in advance.

Added by Phani459 on 02 Jun 2019 at 19:13

This is the best I could find over the web on differences between EXEC and sp_executesql. And the best explanation for sp_executesql stored procedure with optional parameters. Thank you very much!

Added by Phani459 on 02 Jun 2019 at 19:28

Hi team. I think a code typo crept into the snippet of this blog post in this line:

(FilmReleaseDate <= @maxdate="">or @MaxDate is null)

Thank you for all the great work you guys are doing!

Added by Phani459 on 05 Jun 2019 at 18:29

Hi Team,

Thank you for the very detailed articles and videos. I'm very much impressed with your content and these are very much useful to me. I am going through your other articles on SQL as well on this blog and below is one other solution may be with reference to the liner, "You can use the CAST or CONVERT function to change one data type into another" (also mentioned in Youtube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MiAwOoelu9k).

From knowledge obtained from your other articles, I think we can also use the QUOTENAME function which also prevents SQL injection from happening dring concatenation and avoids any mess with placing single quotes for concatenation. Kindly confirm my understanding which may be useful to other readers as well.