Lists With, or Without, Ranges in both T-SQL and PowerShell

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 01 Dec 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Whether you are working in a procedural language like PowerShell or in T-SQL, there is something slightly bothersome about having to deal with parameters that are lists, or worse with ranges amongst the values. In fact, once you have a way of dealing with them, they can be convenient, especially when bridging the gulf between application and the database. Phil Factor shows how to deal with them.…The post Lists With, or Without, Ranges in both T-SQL and PowerShell appeared first on Simple Talk....

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