Single-byte String Literals in SQL Server Transact-SQL
What are single-byte string literals supported in SQL Server Transact-SQL?
Single-byte string literals in Transact-SQL are sequences of characters enclosed in single quotes.
String literals are used to provide values to string variables or table columns like CHAR(40), VARCHAR(40), etc.
String literals are also used in string operations in expressions and string arguments in functions.
Here are some simple rules on how to write string literals:
Here are some example on how to write string literals:
PRINT 'FYIcenter.com'; PRINT 'Murphy''s law'; PRINT '2017-11-31'; PRINT 'Hello '+'Joe!'; DECLARE @var CHAR(16); SET @var = 'Hello World!'; PRINT @var;
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