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Make sure you understand how SQL Server treats Case Sensitive Collations.  It's very much a dictionary sort and not an ASCII sort.  What does this mean?  It means it sorts things aAbBcC, not ABCabc as you might expect.  So, if you do a WHERE value LIKE '[A-Z]%', you won't get all things that start with capital letters, you'll also get anything that starts with a lowercase b-z.

Details and example code can be found here.

Posted on Thursday, June 7, 2007 5:54 PM Database Practices | Back to top


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