T-SQL Sorting ChallengeCommented on: 7 years ago
(September 3, 2008)
First create a UDF (which uses the Numbers table to split up the val string)
CREATE FUNCTION dbo.t1_x
RETURNS varchar(8000) AS
DECLARE @s varchar(8000)
SELECT @s =...
The Logical Puzzle - 22 Aug 2007Commented on: 8 years ago
(October 15, 2007)
If switch A is on, turn it off and increment count,
otherwise toggle switch B
If switch A is off and you haven't turned it on before, turn it...
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